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Labour Party branch channels big Eurovision energy to announce who they’re backing in the leadership contest

PinkNews Friday, 24 January 2020
Cries for the Labour leadership election to be more like the Eurovision Song Contest appear to have finally been heard. Labour is currently on what feels like week 74 of its leadership contest, with Sir Kier Starmer, Rebecca Long-Bailey, Lisa Nandy and Emily Thornberry all vying to succeed Jeremy Corbyn. With more than two...
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News video: Rebecca Long-Bailey attacks leadership bid press coverage

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Labour leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey has criticised press coverage of her campaign saying "over the last few weeks, I've had the right-wing press go after my background, my family and my faith." She addded: "Women of the Labour Party are stronger than every bully boy in the right-wing...

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