What are the Labour leadership rules?
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Labour Party rules on challenging leader Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn still has gaps in his shadow front bench team, and the Labour leader is still in post, despite 80% of his MPs calling on him to resign.

Daily Politics reporter Mark Lobel gets to grips with the Labour Party rule book to see if it can offer clarity on what happens if Mr Corbyn refuses to stand down and faces a leadership challenge, and whether he would automatically make to the ballot paper in a later vote for a new leader.

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  • 05 Jul 2016
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