Emily Thornberry has failed to achieve the 33 constituency party (CLP) nominations required to qualify for the full ballot in the Labour leadership contest. She also did not receive sufficient nominations from unions and other affiliates, meaning she is now disqualified from the contest.
The failure leaves Keir Starmer, Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy as the three candidates fighting it out for member and supporter votes when the ballot opens next week.
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