Sir Keir Starmer wins Labour leadership election

Sir Keir Starmer has won the Labour leadership election with more than 56% of the vote.

Keir won in the first round as the top choice of members, affiliates and registered supporters, with 490,731 votes cast overall. Rebecca Long-Bailey got 28% of the vote and Lisa Nandy 16% in the final leg of the race. You can read the full results here.

Angela Rayner was elected Deputy Leader in the third round on 53%, with Dr Rosena Allin-Khan in second place on 26% and Richard Burgon on 21%.

Keir's immediate priority will be to respond to Boris Johnson's call for all party leaders to work together to tackle the coronavirus crisis.

He said: "I will work constructively with the government and this victory has come at a moment like none other in our lifetime".

"I will do my utmost to reconnect us across the country, to re-engage with our communities and voters, to establish a coalition across our towns and our cities and our regions with all creeds and communities to speak for the whole of the country.

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