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News video: Labour: Leadership candidates discuss the problems in their party

Labour: Leadership candidates discuss the problems in their party 01:14

Rebecca Long-Bailey, Keir Starmer and Lisa Nandy discuss what needs to change in the Labour Party on a TV debate. All three leadership candidates agreed there was not just one thing that has led to four successive election defeats.

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