Starmer and Rayner Elected

Keir Starmer has been elected leader of the Labour Party, with more votes than Corbyn won with in 2015. A massive mandate…

Leadership:

  • Starmer – 56.2% ELECTED
  • Long-Bailey – 27.6%
  • Nandy – 16.2%

Deputy leadership:

  • First round:
    • Angela Rayner: 41.7%
    • Richard Burgon: 17.3%
    • Rosena Allin-Khan: 16.8%
    • Ian Murray: 13.3%
    • Dawn Butler: 10.9%
  • Second round:
    • Angela Rayner: 46.5% (+4.8)
    • Rosena Allin-Khan: 19.5% (+2.7)
    • Richard Burgon: 19.2% (+1.9)
    • Ian Murray: 14.3% (+1.0
  • Third round:
    • Angela Rayner: 52.6% (+6.1) ELECTED
    • Rosena Allin-Khan: 26.1% (+6.6)
    • Richard Burgon: 21.3% (+2.1)

 Turnout:

  • Members: 72.6% (401,564)
  • Registered supporters: 95.5% (13,006)
  • Affiliated supporters: 35.0% (76,161)

With just 650 registered supporters and fewer union affiliates than Lisa Nandy, Rebecca Long-Bailey sees a worse result than Owen Smith in 2016…

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