Corbyn might 'forget' Labour MPs' criticisms if he wins leadership race

Corbyn might 'forget' Labour MPs' criticisms if he wins leadership race

Party leader appears to be in a conciliatory mood after Derby rally in which he repeats commitment to renationalising railways

Jeremy Corbyn has hinted he would be able to forget the criticism by fellow Labour MPs if he was to win the leadership race, following a rally in Derby where he reiterated his commitment to full nationalisation of rail services.

Speaking to reporters after his speech on Tuesday, Corbyn was asked about comments by Derby South MP Margaret Beckett, who said many people had joined the party purely to support the Labour leader.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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