Clive Lewis MP.

Considering the amicable nature of Mr Lewis’s resignation from Labour’s Front Bench, plus the fact that Jeremy Corbyn has just won a major political victory over the Conservatives and Theresa May, a leadership challenge seems unlikely.

Clive Lewis, who quit the shadow cabinet before the Brexit vote, has begun sounding out MPs for support amid mounting speculation he will try to topple Jeremy Corbyn.

It follows Mr Lewis’s decision to resign his role as shadow business secretary, forcing Mr Corbyn to reshuffle his top team after the loss of one of his most talented MPs.

Source: Clive Lewis ‘sounds out support’ to challenge Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader

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