Corbyn allies in bid to scrap Tom Watson's deputy leader post

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Momentum’s Jon Lansman has tabled a motion at Labour’s NEC for job to be abolished Labour has been plunged into a fresh civil war on the eve of its annual conference, as allies of Jeremy Corbyn launched a bid to abolish Tom Watson’s post of deputy leader. Jon Lansman, founder of the pro-Corbyn campaign group Momentum, tabled a last-minute motion at the party’s ruling national executive committee (
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