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AN ENRAGED Labour MP has taken aim at the Liberal Democrats and branded them “arrogant” for failing to support Jeremy Corbyn as an interim Prime Minister.

PUBLISHED: 00:01, Sun, Aug 18, 2019 | UPDATED: 12:24, Sun, Aug 18, 2019

Shadow Minister for Labour Laura Pidcock emphasised that it was “constitutional” that the leader of the opposition become interim Prime Minister if Boris Johnson was ousted. Ms Pidcock argued that it was “strange” the Lib Dems were not supporting Jeremy Corbyn to take over from Boris Johnson. The Labour MP was asked by Sky News’ Stephen Dixon: “Would you then support a government of national unity where Jeremy Corbyn was not the caretaker Prime Minister.

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“Perhaps if someone like Father of the House Kenneth Clarke was?"

The Labour MP replied: “I think constitutionally it is right.

“Jeremy Corbyn is the leader of the opposition.

“It is the largest party that isn’t in government and he should lead those conversations.

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“He carries with him the largest amount of MPs.

“Quite frankly I think it is arrogant of the Liberal Democrats or other people who don’t have such a mandate in

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