Job-Share Plan For Labour ‘Co-Leaders’ To Succeed Corbyn If He Loses General Election

Jeremy Corbyn could be succeeded by two “co-leaders” if he loses the general election, HuffPost UK has learned.

Under a confidential plan backed by senior party figures, the new job-share would feature one MP from a Leave-backing town and the other from a Remain-backing big city.

The aim would be to unite not just the party but also represent the country’s disparate areas, while underscoring Labour’s progressive values on shared roles in the workplace.

The joint ticket would also be gender-balanced to better take on Boris Johnson…
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