Jeremy Corbyn refuses to confirm whether he'd take responsibility for a Labour defeat

Jeremy Corbyn met voters in Peterborough on Friday. Credit: PA/Labour Party

The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told ITV News Anglia he will take "full responsibility" if his party wins the upcoming General Election, but stopped short of saying if he would do the same if the campaign ended in defeat.

Mr Corbyn was on the charm offensive in Bedford and Peterborough on Friday where he was hoping to win over voters in marginal seats.

While he was out on the campaign trail, Mr Corbyn took the time to speak to our Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson about how he's feeling with just a few weeks left to go.

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Mr Corbyn talks to our Political Correspondent Emma Hutchinson. Credit: ITV News Anglia
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Mr Corbyn spoke at Peterborough United's ABAX Stadium. Credit: PA
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Labour supporters were out in force in Peterborough. Credit: PA