Livingstone: Labour Party won’t split
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Corbyn-backer Ken Livingstone on Labour leadership contest

Corbyn-supporting Ken Livingstone looks at the Labour leadership contest and admits it is "hard to make the present situation look terribly attractive."

The former London mayor and MP said the "backstabbing MPs" who had opposed the leader should face re-selection before the next election.

In a personal film for This Week, he said Mr Corbyn will "win by a landslide" as party leader on Saturday, but the party would not split in spite of its current divisions.

  • 23 Sep 2016
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