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Live updates: Labour leadership crisis

Latest developments:

  • Deputy leader Tom Watson is expected to hold talks with trade unions to try to get them to withdraw support for Jeremy Corbyn
  • Angela Eagle warned Mr Corbyn she will 'resolve' the crisis if he 'doesn't take action'
  • Unite leader Len McCluskey said the 'coup' against Mr Corbyn has failed
  • Mr Corbyn has been under pressure to quit since nearly his entire shadow cabinet resigned
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Tim Farron: Corbyn was 'spineless' in remain campaign

Tim Farron has lambasted Jeremy Corbyn's performance for the remain campaign. Mr Farron called the Labour leader's performance "spineless" and said that he "sat on the fence".

The Liberal Democrat leader said he is "furious" with Mr Corbyn and influential figures who did not declare where they stood on the issue.

"Goodness knows where it all ends", the MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale said, adding "this is a very sad day for Britain".

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