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Corbyn reveals he spoke to quitting Labour shadow minister - but denies 'Machiavellian plot'

Sky News Tuesday, 28 September 2021
Corbyn reveals he spoke to quitting Labour shadow minister - but denies 'Machiavellian plot'Ex-Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has revealed he spoke to Andy McDonald before he announced he was quitting Sir Keir Starmer's top team - but he denied there had been "some deep-laid Machiavellian plot".
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