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Andy Burnham: Where he lost the Labour Leadership battle

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Andy Burnham managed to score strongly on Public Services, while he was able to differentiate himself positively on both Housing and Tax. However, the latter two issues were really footnotes in the debate, only generating between 5-6% of the content that Economy produced.

Andy Burnham profile

The major area of weakness for Burnham was his last place finish for the Economy, a particular strength for Jeremy Corbyn and the most important policy of the campaign.

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