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Ex Labour-minister Alan Johnson says Labour is heading for a 'disaster' with Jeremy Corbyn at the helm and says many of the women on the benches, including Rachel Reeves and Yvette Cooper 'would do a much better job'.
Alan Johnson delivered his grim verdict on the future of the party following Tony Blair's former spin doctor Alastair Campbell's damning comments earlier in the week.
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Mr Campbell accused Mr Corbyn of being 'asleep on the job', launching a tirade against the current leader's perceived failings as he became yet another figure to warn about the opposition party's future.
Asked if he agreed with Mr Campbell's prediction for the party, in an interview with The Guardian, Mr Johnson stated: 'The simple problem we’ve got is that Jeremy Corbyn is not a leader.
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'He’s never going to be a leader, never wanted to be a leader, is totally uncomfortable in the role as leader. And on Europe he’s a total disaster.'
The former minister said he finds Labour's current leader 'pious and sanctimonious'.
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Speaking to The Guardian he said: 'Jeremy is not just pious and sanctimonious, he’s...
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