As Owen Smith launches his Labour leadership bid, Angela Eagle has launched her "Keep it Comradely" pledge.
The Wallasey MP told waiting reporters:
This is my clean campaign pledge, I'm going to sign it today and I hope that all of the other candidates in the leadership election, and their supporters, party members up and down the country, will sign up to that pledge.
Angela Eagle says she welcomes Owen Smith into the Labour leadership contest.
Speaking to ITV News this morning the Wallasey MP said she wants to have a debate on the direction of the Labour Party's future.
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Police are investigating reports that a brick was thrown through a window at Angela Eagle's Wallasey constituency office last night.
Granada Report's Liverpool correspondent Andy Bonner is Tweeting from the scene:
Merseyside Police said:
We were called to premises in Manor Road, Wallasey, today, Tuesday 12 July, following reports of criminal damage.
It is believed that between 5pm last night (Monday) and 9am today, damage was caused to the front ground floor window of an office.
The incident was reported to Merseyside Police at 9.55am today.
An investigation into the incident is ongoing.
The overnight attack comes after she launched her leadership challenge to Jeremy Corbyn yesterday, amid fears that he cannot successfully unite the party and win a general election.
Following the incident, Wallasey MP, Angela Eagle, has released a statement on her Facebook page.
The safety of my staff and constituents is paramount. Following the attack on my Wallasey office I have now called the Police
Local Wirral councillor Bernie Mooney - a supporter of the MP - told the Liverpool Echo that she had just learned of the attack and was not sure of the damage.
All I've been told is they have put the windows through. I just got the message and I'm going there now.
Ms Eagle may face moves by local party members to de-select her after the Wallasey Constituency Labour Party (CLP) had urged her to support Mr Corbyn.
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Leadsom announced she was quitting the contest shortly after apologising to the Home Secretary over an interview in which she appeared to suggest that the fact she was a mother gave her the edge over the childless Mrs May as a future PM.
Speaking on the steps of her campaign HQ in Westminster, the Energy Minister wished Mrs May "the very greatest success" and promised her "my full support".
He said he was hoping to hold discussions this afternoon, but was unable to say whether Mrs May would be confirmed as Prime Minister by the end of the day or the week.
Meanwhile, Justice Secretary Michael Gove, who came third in the leadership ballot among Tory MPs, pledged his backing to Mrs May, saying:
Andrea Leadsom spoke with great dignity and courage today. I wish her every success in the future.
We should now move as quickly as possible to ensure Theresa May can take over as leader. She has my full support as our next Prime Minister.
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