The Labour leader has called for a period of reflection for the party to work out how to respond to its worst election defeat since 1935.
Those recriminations have burst out in public.
Jeremy Corbyn apologised, saying “I take my responsibility” but he insists that in some areas Labour actually won the argument in the campaign, and changed political debate in Britain.
That provoked an angry response from many supporters, ranging from defeated Labour candidates to trade union leaders.
Sky’s political correspondent Kate McCann reports.
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