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VERBATIM: Labour rivals tussle for leadership

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Theresa May is the Tory Prime Minster. Theresa May is likely to be presiding over a bargain basement economy that’s going to attack all of our rights, our living standards and all of our public services. She doesn’t understand the strengths of ordinary people’s feelings all over the country. I think we can put it to her, that what she's doing is wrong and, in the past ten months, we've defeated the government 22 times in Parliament.
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When we work together we win. When we work together we do defeat the Tories.>> Thank you very much.>>
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>> Well I think the problem with that, Jeremy, is we're not defeating the Tories. We've had a few victories, we've done relatively well on a few occasions.
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But we're behind, we're behind. You just pick up the paper today. We're 14 percentage points behind the Tories, under Theresa May. 2 million Labor voters think they would prefer Theresa May to Jeremy Corbyn as the Prime Minister of this country. Now, that has got to be a wake up call for us all.
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You can't be satisfied with that. I'm not satisfied with that.