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Sir Keir Starmer has revealed he has not talked to his predecessor, Jeremy Corbyn, in over a year.

The Labour leader told the BBC the pair had not spoken since a report was published into anti-Semitism in the party in October 2020.

Mr Corbyn’s reaction to the report saw him suspended from the party – and while he was allowed back as a member, he still sits as an independent MP.

Sir Keir said Mr Corbyn “knows what he must do” to

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