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A number of Labour MPs, including Kate Hoey and John Mann, have called for Gordon Brown to step aside as Labour party leader in the wake of Thursday's election. Other MPs have said the party was defeated on Thursday and does not have a mandate to govern.


Former minister Kate Hoey has called on Gordon Brown to resign as leader of the Labour party, saying it would be impossible for the party to acheive "renewal" without a new leader. Her comments come after Labour MP John Mann called on Mr Brown to step down.


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