Jeremy Corbyn Elected Leader of Labour Party in 76% turnout

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Jeremy Corbyn has been elected Leader of the Labour Party with almost 60% of the vote. He got a majority of votes amongst Labour Party members, affiliated supporters and registered supporters.

Tom Watson was elected as Deputy Leader. 

Full voting figures are on the Labour Party website

“We go forward as a movement and a party, stronger, bigger and more determined than we have been for a very long time … We are going to reach out to everyone in this country, so no-one is left on the side, so everyone has a decent place in society”

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