These women are the two favourites to succeed Corbyn as Labour leader

The Labour Party has never had a permanent female leader, but could that change once Corbyn steps down?

As Theresa May famously said in one of her first ever PMQs as prime minsiter, when it came to be electing female leaders, it was two-nil to the Conservatives. The closest Labour has ever been to having a female leader was when Harriet Harman acted as leader on two occasions. For progressive Labour, it must be a blow to have been beaten by the Tories on this.

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