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Darling appears to cast doubt on Corbyn's future Former chancellor Alistair Darling appears to have cast doubt over whether Jeremy Corbyn will remain as Labour leader after the General Election.

When asked to endorse Mr Corbyn's leadership of the party, Mr Darling, who was in both Tony Blair's and Gordon Brown's cabinets, said he would be the "leader right up to the General Election" and added that "leaders come and go". He also appeared to second hand louis vuitton bags japan question whether Labour would be able to secure a victory in the June 8 ballot. He spoke out on the 20th anniversary of Tony Blair's landslide general election victory, which returned Labour to Downing Street after 18 years of Conservative rule Asked if he endorsed Labour's left wing leader, Mr Darling said: "He is the leader, he is the leader right up to the General Election. "My view is we need to get on, we're fighting a General Election campaign, you know leaders come and go. "It's important we get the best possible result for the country, that means having a sensible sizeable opposition. members of, you know, government. that can actually make a difference." He added: "There's no question he's the leader, it's for him to convince people in the next six weeks and voters will make of it what they will." Mr Darling spoke while campaigning in Edinburgh South the seat held by Labour's one remaining Scottish MP Ian Murray. The former chancellor, who louis vuitton alma vernis mm also headed the campaign to keep Scotland in louis vuitton neverfull euro the UK in 2014, stressed the importance of getting "people like Ian returned at the next election so we've got decent people arguing against an ever more extreme, bleak view of what might happen". He argued that politics has "skewed to the right" under the Conservatives, leaving so called Middle Britain whose votes Mr Blair captured unrepresented. But with Brexit looming, Mr Darling said there was a need for "sensible" politicians making the case for the UK to continue to have a relationship with the European Union after it leaves. Mr Darling, who stepped down as the MP for Edinburgh South West just before the 2015 election, argued: "We need to have a balanced view. "Jobs, prospects for the future, depend on us having a sensible view. "That's why it's important you have a strong voice in the House of Commons making that point." He welcomed Mr Blair's return to the political front line, saying the former prime minister should do "what he's been doing over the last few weeks, providing a sensible voice on where our relationship should be with the rest of Europe". Mr Darling said: "Because our relationship with Europe is the big issue that's facing this country at the moment, what comes out of the Brexit negotiations will define the future for the next few generations, never mind louis vuitton shoes youtube the next few years. "And what he is saying is, geographically as well as politically, we're always going to be close to Europe, we always have been, and we need to have a sensible relationship." With the SNP having been in power for 10 years now in Scotland"there's a warning to all politicians there comes a point where the voters actually notice you've been in power and, secondly, you haven't done very much with it". But he stressed that the "big issue in this election is this party's future post the Brexit referendum". The former chancellor said: "We now face a situation where we have a very, very uncertain future following the Brexit vote. "It wasn't the result I wanted but democracy means that that is where we are. "I think there is a very real risk that the debate in this country is going to be hijacked by people who take a very extreme, bleak and narrow view of what this country can be.

"And that's why I want to see as many Labour MPs as possible in the House of Commons. "I think the majority of people in this country, in Scotland, they don't want another referendum and nationally they want to see a sensible relationship with Europe.".

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