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This wasn’t quite a denial from Hilary Benn when asked by Nick Robinson if he wants to be the next Labour leader:
“I have no interest in leading the Labour Party. I’m doing my job as Shadow Foreign Secretary to the best of my ability.”
As Guido revealed on Sunday, Benn supporters are sharing campaign graphics from the Clinton campaign, asking if colleagues are “Ready For Hilary“.
Corbyn will make Labour’s case against war tomorrow, before Benn stands up and argues against his leader from the despatch box…