Jeremy Corbyn criticises civil servants over frail health claims

Labour leader questions role of service after officials suggest he may have to stand down

Jeremy Corbyn has raised concerns about the neutrality of the civil service after anonymous senior officials claimed he was too frail to become prime minister and may resign as Labour leader over health concerns.

The civil servants told the the Times that Corbyn, 70, could be forced to stand down because he was not up to the job “physically or mentally”.

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