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Hillary Clinton tasked her top staff in an email with exploring the "lessons" which could be learned from the 2015 UK general election.
In the message, disclosed by WikiLeaks, Clinton told staff Tony Blair had warned her that Labour would lose "badly" if the party ran a "base" campaign.
Clinton, who is at the centre of an email scandal related to classified information, addressed the email to personnel including campaign managers John Podesta, Robby Mook and Huma Abedin.
The messaged, dated May 11, 2015 and subjected "British election", opens: "I'd like to discuss your analysis of what, if any, lessons we should draw from what happened".
It adds: "Tony Blair told me months ago that if Labor (sic) ran a "base" election campaign, they would lose badly, even w/o the wipe out in Scotland".
Jon Ashworth, one of the few remaining moderates in the shadow cabinet, has been promoted by Jeremy Corbyn to shadow health secretary, Labour sources say.
The elevation of Mr Ashworth, who was shadow minister for the cabinet office, to a key post will be seen as an olive branch to the moderates after criticism that earlier appointments strengthened Mr Corbyn's allies on the left.
There was said to be unhappiness among Labour MPs at the promotion of his long-time ally Diane Abbott to shadow home secretary and the sacking of chief whip Rosie Winterton, seen as a key link with the backbenches.