字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント At the start of the day, there were six candidates for Labour leader, but shadow Treasury Minister Clive Lewis pulled out just before this afternoon's deadline. And then there were five Rebecca Long, Bailey, Care Starmer, Lisa Nandi, Jess Phillips and Emily Thornberry. All of them received the backing of at least 22 MPs, the minimum they needed to go through. For shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry. It was touch and go until the very last minute. In the end, she had the votes of 23 MPs. The candidates now have to win the support of 30 constituency labour parties or three affiliated organizations such as trade unions. Then around half a 1,000,000 party members, according to Labor, will be able to vote in a secret ballot, with the winner announced on April. The fourth, Lisa Nandi this afternoon was in Dagenham pitching herself as a change candidate, saying Labour had to take an honest look at how to get back into power. If we do not change course as a labor movement, we will die and we will deserve to. So now is the moment off part gain on recover Our sense of ambition now is the moment when I am asking you to take the brave, not the easy choice in this leadership contest. Shadow Business secretary Rebecca Long Bailey has Bean, the preferred candidate of the outgoing Labour leadership. But today she had the backing of just 33 MPs while Shadow Brexit Secretary Care Starmer have 89. He's had the best start, but there are 12 weeks to go.