Labour leadership hopefuls ramp up campaigns for final round

Candidates primed to contact thousands of party members to try to win support

Labour’s leadership rivals will significantly increase their campaigning efforts this weekend as they get access to party data allowing them to call thousands of members in an attempt to secure their votes.

As the race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn enters its sixth week, candidates who already have their names on the ballot – Rebecca Long-Bailey, Keir Starmer and Lisa Nandy – are assembling an army of volunteers to help them reach the party’s grassroots.

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Author: Kate Proctor | Source

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