Angela Eagle: 'I'm not crying now'
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Angela Eagle: 'I'm not crying now'

Angela Eagle says leaders "need to be human beings too" when asked about her displays of emotion after resigning from Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet.

"Being in touch with your emotions is an important thing," the Labour leadership contender tells Today programme presenter John Humphrys.

  • 12 Jul 2016
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