Jeremy Corbyn formally blocked from running as a Labour MP at next election
UK Labour bars ex-leader Corbyn from standing as its candidate at next election
Britain's main opposition Labour Party blocked its former leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday from standing as one of its candidates at the next parliamentary election, as his successor Keir Starmer seeks a clear break with the party's leftist wing.
Labour approves Keir Starmer's plan to oust Jeremy Corbyn from party
Labour's National Executive Committee has approved Sir Keir Starmer's motion to prevent Jeremy Corbyn running to be an MP for the party at the next election, a Labour spokesman has said.
Jeremy Corbyn officially blocked from standing for Labour at next election
Labour's governing body - the National Executive Committee (NEC) - signed off a motion proposed by Keir Starmer not to endorse the former leader at the next Westminster ballot.
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