Corbyn: No Labour MP would dream of walking away
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Corbyn on Labour economic policy and 'breakaway' party

Labour has "changed the mood music and changed politics in the country" over the economic argument, says Jeremy Corbyn.

The leader was talking to BBC correspondent Carole Walker after a speech setting out 10 pledges "to rebuild and transform Britain" - part of his bid to remain Labour leader in the face of a challenge from Owen Smith.

When asked about reports of a split in the party, he told her: "I have no idea what you are talking about" but added: "I am sure that no Labour MP would dream of walking away from the family of Labour Party."

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