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Will Clive Lewis go all the way?

The Labour MP for Norwich South is talented—could he be Labour's next leader?

By John McTernan  

Clive Lewis, Labour MP for Norwich South ©Yui Mok/PA Wire/PA Images

There’s something about Clive Lewis. Like it or not you can’t ignore him. The Labour MP for Norwich South was in almost every story about the Labour Party after he resigned from the Shadow Cabinet two weeks ago. And it wasn’t his resignation that was the focus for discussion, it was his potential as a future Labour leader. There was also a common tone in the coverage—an annoyance and cynicism, a grudging admiration that was mainly grudge.


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