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Labour leadership: will ‘Shy Cooper’ voters defeat Corbyn?

The Shadow Home Secretary's bold stance on the refugee crisis and attacks on Corbynomics make her the left-winger's biggest threat

By Serena Kutchinsky  

Yvette Cooper is enjoying a last minute surge in support in the Labour leadership campaign

This summer, like last, Yvette Cooper has spent much of her time on trains. Last year she was enjoying an inter-railing trip with her family across Europe. Now, she’s criss-crossing the country in a bid to give her campaign for the Labour leadership a final boost. While last year she paid homage…

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