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Labour 'blame game' erupts as sacked Angela Rayner 'behind' Hartlepool's election loss

Sky News Deputy Political Editor, Sam Coates, revealed a "blame game" was ongoing in the Labour party with some critics pointing the finger at Angela Rayner after the Hartlepool by-election disaster. Insiders state her lack of commitment - with one telling Mr Coates she only visited 22 locations during the campaign - as being behind the Labour loss as reports reveal she has been sacked by Sir Keir Starmer. Labour insiders state there will be a policy rethink and a potential frontbench reshuffle following the "Super Thursday" elections which saw Labour losing several safe seats.

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