Teary-eyed MP could join rebels as she admits Labour Party may be 'FINISHED'

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LABOUR Remainer Jess Phillips appeared visibly upset when confronted with the gloomy future of Labour, admitting Jeremy Corbyn's Party may be "finished" and will not be able to bounce back "for years".
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