Labour leadership frontrunner Rebecca Long-Bailey said she would like to rule party with 'iron fist'

Rebecca Long-Bailey is the odds-on favourite to succeed Jeremy Corbyn
Rebecca Long-Bailey is the odds-on favourite to succeed Jeremy Corbyn Credit:  Heathcliff O'Malley

The frontrunner in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader三级成人视频 once said she would like to rule the party with an “iron fist”, The Telegraph can reveal.

Rebecca Long-Bailey has the support of Jon Lansman, Momentum chief, and Len McCluskey, head of the Unite union, and is viewed as the hard-left “continuity Corbyn” option for Labour members.

In an interview with independent website the Salford Star before her election as an MP in 2015, Ms Long-Bailey said she had no control over other members when presented with criticism of her predecessors, Ian Stewart and Hazel Blears.

三级成人视频“I can't rule it with an iron fist, much as I'd love to,” she said.

“It's up to councillors and politicians to be accountable.”...

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