Watson: 'Some cause for hope' in results
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Watson on England, Wales and Scotland election results

Labour's deputy leader reviews how the party has performed in elections across the UK, with results still coming in.

Tom Watson claimed there were "crumbs for comfort in Scotland" and there was hope from some of the English council results, but a "mixed picture" overall.

He told Charlie Stayt on BBC Breakfast: "After only eight months in office, you have got to give Jeremy more space to develop our policies and the direction of the party."

  • 06 May 2016
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