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]>> For weeks, Jeremy Corbin's been under almost constant siege. Now the Labor leader will face an official contest. A senior law maker Angela Eagle says she'll launch her bid to oust Corbin on Monday.>> He's losing support in the country>> She says Corbn has failed to lead the party as an organized and effective force.
The far-left veteran has refused to step down in the face of open rebellion from his MPs, a front bench walkout, and a vote of No Confidence. And Eagle's bid looks unlikely to sway him. A spokesperson for Corbin says, he'll contest any challenge, pointing to the hundreds of thousands of people who elected him.
>> Jeremy, Jeremy.>> Those supporters will pose a challenge for Eagle. Corbin has strong support from the unions and grassroot activists. If they were to vote him right back in, the current crisis would get a whole lot messier.