Ken Livingstone criticised by Labour peer Robert Winston

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Lord Winston said the party's candidate for mayor of London was "quite a tricky sort of customer" who has "espoused some disastrous causes".

The Labour peer said the party should have had a "fresher view" for the capital than Ken Livingstone.

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