The leadership contender says Labour’s path back to power is through rebuilding the trade union movement.
The frontrunner in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn, needs the backing of one more Labour affiliate to secure a place on the ballot paper.
The two frontbenchers are up against shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer, Wigan MP Lisa Nandy and Birmingham Yardley’s Jess Phillips.
Labour leadership frontrunner Sir Keir Starmer has promised to win back traditional Labour voters, as his nearest rival gained Momentum.
"I'm not anybody’s continuity candidate," Rebecca Long-Bailey told ITV News Political Correspondent Paul Brand.
The shadow business secretary described the election result as 'devastating' but called on the party to regroup against the the far-right.