Labour begins blame game following election collapse

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Credits  (Leon Neal/Getty Images) Party figures call for Corbyn to quit but others say media and Brexit were to blame One-Minute Read Friday, December 13, 2019 - 7:07am Labour figures have begun exploring the reasons for its disastrous showing at the general election, in which it lost 58 seats. After the party’s worst loss since 1935, many party figures have pointed the finger of blame directly and firmly at leader Jeremy Corbyn See related  Today’s back pages: Pep Guardiola’s ‘secret release clause’ in Man City contract and Liverpool pull off a ‘Mina coup’ Helen Goodman, the defeated Labour MP for Bishop Auckland, said: “The Labour party cannot win if it doesn’t have a leader who commands the confidence and trust in the British public. Until we do have such a leader we’re not going to win.” Ruth Smeeth, the former MP for Stoke-on Trent who also lost her seat overnight, said the party now “has huge, huge questions to answer”. Turning her wrath on the party leader, she said: “Jeremy C
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