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Image caption Rebecca Long-Bailey, Sir Keir Starmer, Lisa Nandy and Emily Thornberry are left in the contest. Jess Phillips has dropped out of the Labour leadership contest, leaving four candidates in the race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn. In a video message to supporters, the Birmingham Yardley MP argued the next leader had to be able to unite the whole Labour movement. She said she had to "be honest" with herself - "that person is not me.". Lisa Nandy's campaign has received a major boost after she won the backing of the GMB union. Announcing its decision to endorse the Wigan MP, the union's general secretary, Tim Roache, said she was "a breath of fresh air in the debate over Labour's future"... Full story

21 January

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