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We asked the Labour MPs sitting in marginal constituencies they still supported the leader after the Copeland result. We got some anonymous responses. One MP has said he failed, he has not taken a step forward since becoming leader, we're going backwards. Another... Another.
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Jeremy Corbyn will be in Scotland for the party's conference. The party now have one MP out of 59. While they are grappling with inviting, the Labour leader is showing loyalty.
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He now runs a charity, the International Rescue Committee, and this is not the first time he has been a public doom monger about his party and Jeremy Corbyn. Labour, he told The Times, had now lost support among what he called its core base. But those loyal to the leader say it is not all Jeremy Corbyn's fault and add.
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He was the air to Tony Blair, often applauded but never selected as Labour leader. The charity boss was in Los Angeles at the rally to support refugees but in between selfies with stars as political past and labour's future was on his mind.
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His man had won the by-election there, activists were delighted, but Labour's vote slid in Stoke and the party suffered a Cumbrian humbling 140 miles north in Copeland as the Conservatives triumphed. Enter from New York the man people in the Labour Party see as the best leader they never had, David Miliband.
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That is not huge craze for the leader of their party. While the MPs are staying quiet on this, we have seen Jeremy Corbyn had one two leadership contests. -- won.
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But Jeremy Corbyn will look at this and say, I am carrying on, I am the leader and I will try to push through my message. Iraqi troops have entered western Mosul for the first time in their offensive to drive out so-called Islamic State from the country's second city.
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It was very difficult to get these people to come on the record and give me an answer either way. I did get a series of responses from MPs who asked not to be named. Let me talk you through them. One MP said Jeremy Corbyn he has failed, he has not taken a step forward since becoming leader, we're going backwards.
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I contacted all 26 task than a very simple question. Given the result in Copeland, does Jeremy Corbyn still have your support as party leader? However there were not simple answers.
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But it was quite a strong statement he was making about the distance Labour is from power. It is, he said it is as far from power as it has ever been in his life. In September he also said in another interview, where he criticised Jeremy Corbyn and his brother's time as a leader, he said that Labour had never been that far from power.
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A defiant Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to quit, and visited Stoke after Labour defeated Ukip's leader Paul Nuttall. Though he tried to dodge questions about Copeland. When the two new MPs take their seats in the Commons on Monday, there will be the usual cheers from MPs on their own side. For Mr Corbyn there will be jeers from Conservative MPs and possibly some from his own side as well.
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He is clearly speaking out, but will it make a difference? He is working for a charity in New York. Unless he is coming back? That was put to him. People do ask. He was, some thought, he would be Labour's leader, but he got beaten by his brother and left politics and went to New York.
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But at least the Scottish Labour leader is backing him. I made very clear my views on the UK leadership contest. But it has concluded and Jeremy Corbyn has now twice been returned with a large mandate and I support him in his efforts. After this week's by-elections big tests in Scotland.
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What I did get was a series of interesting responses from those MPs who did not want to be named. One of them said, Jeremy Corbyn has failed. He has not taken as one single step forward since becoming Labour Leader. We are just going backwards. Another said, Remember, these are MPs with slim majorities. Another MP, more conscious of party loyalty said. The most supportive response we received was this.
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We can go live to Westminster and our reporter Sara Hajibagheri. Some Labour MPs will be worried if they have small majorities in an unstable party. I contacted all 26 Labour MPs with a smaller majority than 2,500 in the last general election and asked them what should have been a simple question - given the result in Copeland, does Jeremy Corbyn still have your support as party leader? They were reluctant to go on the record one way or the other.
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Enter from New York the man people in the Labour Party see as the best leader they never had, David Miliband. He now runs a charity, the International Rescue Committee, and this is not the first time he has been a public doom monger about his party and Jeremy Corbyn. Labour, he told The Times, had now lost support among what he called its core base. "I am obviously deeply concerned that Labour is further from power that at any stage in my lifetime," he told the newspaper. But those loyal to the leaders say it is not all Jeremy Corbyn's fault and add.
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But if the evidence of local government by-elections in recent years is to be any indication, all of these places are going to fall. A defiant Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to quit and visited Stoke after Labour defeated Ukip's leader Paul Nuttall.
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Mr Miliband, who is 51, told The Times: And on a return to UK politics, he says: After his by-election woes, next up for Jeremy Corbyn is his party's conference in Scotland, where Labour has just one MP out of the 59 seats. But at least the Scottish Labour leader is backing him. I made very clear my views on the UK leadership contest.
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But possibly the membership might not vote him in as leader. He might. Some people see him as a saviour at the moment. I like the fact that he works for international rescue and he does look a bit like a Thunderbird! People say that the wrong brother got the job. I hear that a lot. So maybe he could be the answer. But he has got a long way to go and he will not be a surprise.
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Glasgow was won by Labour. North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire. But if the evidence of local government by-elections in recent years is to be any indication, all of these places are going to fall. A defiant Jeremy Corbyn is refusing to quit, and visited Stoke after Labour defeated Ukip's leader Paul Nuttall. Though he tried to dodge questions about Copeland.
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But at least the Scottish Labour leader is backing him. I made very clear my views on the UK leadership contest. But it has concluded and Jeremy Corbyn has now twice been returned with a large mandate and I support him in his efforts. After this week's by-elections in England, Labour faces big tests in Scotland. Labour now faces local elections at the beginning of May, where at the moment it is still defending quite a few fiefdoms.
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