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Jeremy Corbyn's right-hand man has denied being involved in a plot to oust him, as he dismissed reports that the Labour leader had suffered a stroke.

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, said weekend reports that he was “on manoeuvres” to choose a new leader in case Mr Corbyn quits due to ill health were “pure invention and absolute rubbish”.

It came as Mr Corbyn demanded an investigation into the civil service to root out the source of claims by unnamed mandarins that he was not “physically or mentally” up to the job of being prime minister.

Labour said the criticism of Mr Corbyn by civil servants was a “totally unwarranted and unconstitutional political intervention” that breached civil service...

Jeremy Corbyn's right-hand man has denied being involved in a plot to oust him, as he dismissed reports that the Labour leader had suffered a stroke.

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, said weekend reports that he was “on manoeuvres” to choose a new leader in case Mr Corbyn quits due to ill health were “pure invention and absolute rubbish”.

It came as Mr Corbyn demanded an investigation into the civil service to root out the source of claims by unnamed mandarins that he was not “physically or mentally” up to the job of being prime minister.

Labour said the criticism of Mr Corbyn by civil servants was a “totally unwarranted and unconstitutional political intervention” that breached civil service...

Jeremy Corbyn's right-hand man has denied being involved in a plot to oust him, as he dismissed reports that the Labour leader had suffered a stroke.

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, said weekend reports that he was “on manoeuvres” to choose a new leader in case Mr Corbyn quits due to ill health were “pure invention and absolute rubbish”.

It came as Mr Corbyn demanded an investigation into the civil service to root out the source of claims by unnamed mandarins that he was not “physically or mentally” up to the job of being prime minister.

Labour said the criticism of Mr Corbyn by civil servants was a “totally unwarranted and unconstitutional political intervention” that breached civil service...

Jeremy Corbyn's right-hand man has denied being involved in a plot to oust him, as he dismissed reports that the Labour leader had suffered a stroke.

John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, said weekend reports that he was “on manoeuvres” to choose a new leader in case Mr Corbyn quits due to ill health were “pure invention and absolute rubbish”.

It came as Mr Corbyn demanded an investigation into the civil service to root out the source of claims by unnamed mandarins that he was not “physically or mentally” up to the job of being prime minister.

Labour said the criticism of Mr Corbyn by civil servants was a “totally unwarranted and unconstitutional political intervention” that breached civil service...