Labour leader will stay on ‘while discussion takes place’
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has responded to the night’s results by saying that he will not lead the party into any future election – but will stay on while the party holds discussions about how it moves forward.
Speaking after the announcement of his win in the Islington North ballot, Corbyn said that the policies and direction of the party are now part of its fabric and will not be abandoned.
But it will be up to Labour’s members to make sure of Corbyn’s prediction is fulfilled.
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