Former Norwich MP Charles Clarke says he understands why some people wouldn't want to serve in a Jeremy Corbyn Shadow Cabinet should the left-winger be crowned Labour leader.
Mr Clarke, a former Home Secretary, told Anglia Late Edition that he wouldn't serve either if in the same position.
He said in every leadership group that he'd worked in he needed to respect the leader he was dealing with.
But he was also optimistic that the party would work together.
"I know the party as a whole will try and hold together and work together.
"On the other hand, Jeremy has a set of views and outlooks which many people in the party will find it difficult to identify with and so the process of getting the party to work together will be difficult."
Labour's Bob Blizzard has announced this is his final election campaign.
In his post-declaration speech, he said after 5 elections and 3 wins, he's standing down "while he's ahead".
He thanked his campaign team for their efforts and hard work, saying this was his "best campaign Labour had fought" in the Waveney constituency. He declined any media interviews afterwards and left the count promptly.
The successful Conservative candidate, Peter Aldous, said it had been a "tough but fair fight" and wished Bob Blizzard well in the future.
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With just two days of campaign left until polling day, Ed Miliband has made an impassioned plea to voters to have their voices heard during a visit to Bedfordshire.
The Labour leader was in Kempston, near Bedford, this morning during one of his final visits of the election.
He told an audience that Thursday's poll was set to be "one of the closest we have ever seen".
"Tell your friends, your family and your neighbours how important this is. Every single person in our country could make the difference in this election."
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A Labour parliamentary candidate for Wellingborough has been convicted after buying hundreds of pounds of rail tickets on a closed account.
Richard Garvie, from Corby, had denied fraud at Wellingborough Magistrates' Court.
His name will still appear on the ballot for next week's election despite being suspended by the Labour Party.
Garvie, who's 30, is due to be sentenced next month. He has said he will appeal against the verdict and has released a statement:
"I am quite confident that the paperwork will show that I have not done anything wrong."
The Electoral Commission's released a statement:
The electoral timetable is set out in law and election law is clear that ballot papers cannot be changed after the close of nominations. The outcome of any election can only be challenged through an election petition.