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Sadiq Khan 'fed up' of Labour losing general elections

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Sadiq Khan 'fed up' of Labour losing general elections

Sadiq Khan 'fed up' of Labour losing general elections

Sadiq Khan admits he is yet to decide who to back in the Labour leadership contest, however says his decision will hinge on how candidates address two issues: the reason behind Labour's defeat in the general election, and the route back to the party's success.

The London Mayor adds he is "fed up" of Labour losing at general elections, while letting down the party's membership and Report by Alibhaiz.

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