Endorsements in the Labour Party (UK) leadership election, 2015

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The following list contains a run down of politicians, individuals, Constituency Labour Parties, trade unions (both Labour Party affiliated and not), Socialist Societies, newspapers, magazines and other organisations that endorsed a candidate in the Labour Party (UK) leadership election, 2015

Labour politicians[edit]

Andy Burnham[edit]

Yvette Cooper[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Liz Kendall[edit]

Individuals[edit]

Andy Burnham[edit]

Yvette Cooper[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Liz Kendall[edit]

Constituency Labour Parties[edit]

Candidate Constituency CLP Nominations Share Map
Jeremy Corbyn Islington North 152 23.53% 2015 Labour Leadership Election Constituency Labour Party Nominations.svg
Andy Burnham Leigh 111 17.18%
Yvette Cooper Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford 109 16.87%
Liz Kendall Leicester West 18 2.79%
Undeclared 256 39.63%

Andy Burnham[edit]

Burnham received the nominations of 111 CLPs.[102]

Yvette Cooper[edit]

Cooper received the nominations of 109 CLPs.[102]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Corbyn received the nominations of 152 CLPs.[102]

Liz Kendall[edit]

Kendall received the nominations of 18 CLPs.[102]

Undeclared[edit]

256 CLPs did not nominate a candidate for party leader.

Affiliated Trade Unions[edit]

Candidate Constituency TU Nominations Share of TU membership[110]
Jeremy Corbyn Islington North 6 70.05%
Andy Burnham Leigh 3 13.12%
Yvette Cooper Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford 2 1.26%
Liz Kendall Leicester West 0 0%
Undeclared 3 15.57%

Andy Burnham[edit]

Yvette Cooper[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Undeclared[edit]

Non-affiliated Trade Unions[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Socialist Societies[edit]

Candidate Constituency SS Nominations
Jeremy Corbyn Islington North 2
Yvette Cooper Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford 1
Liz Kendall Leicester West 1
Andy Burnham Leigh 0
Undeclared 18

Yvette Cooper[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Liz Kendall[edit]

Undeclared[edit]

Political parties[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Organisations[edit]

Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Liz Kendall[edit]

Publications[edit]

Newspaper General Election
Main Endorsement
Labour Leadership
Endorsement
Notes Link
Daily Mirror Labour Party Andy Burnham Called Burnham the candidate best placed to lead the party and "the only Prime Minister-in-waiting" [146]
Sunday People Labour Party Named Burnham as the paper's choice for party leader [147]
Daily Record Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn Backed Corbyn, saying he would "regain the trust of the country by returning to the party's core values" [148]
Morning Star Labour Party Editorial called Corbyn the "only option" for the party leadership [149]
The Guardian Labour Party Yvette Cooper Described Cooper as the person "best placed" to offer a strong vision and unite the party [150]
The Sun Conservative Party Liz Kendall Described Kendall as "the only prayer the Labour Party have" [151]
Magazine General Election
Main Endorsement
Labour Leadership
Endorsement
Notes Link
Red Pepper None Jeremy Corbyn Editor backed Corbyn, saying he would "create a truly transformative politics" [152]
The Ecologist Green Party Endorsed Corbyn as the only candidate who is "serious about the environment and social justice" [153]
The Economist Conservative Party Liz Kendall Endorsed Kendall saying that she remains "Labour's best chance" [154]
New Statesman Labour Party Yvette Cooper Credited Cooper as being best to lead Labour, for her "experience of government, intellect and credibility" [155]

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