“I'm going to lead that. I'm going to be going back to the constituency in the coming weeks to talk to people there about why this result happened.
“Clearly there were local factors, but I also say only four out of 10 people voted for the three mainstream political parties. We've got to understand the reasons why that happened in Bradford.
“Above all it reinforces for me something that I've emphasised throughout my leadership which is that we need to be engaged and rooted in every community of this country.
“We need to show to people that our politics, that Labour politics, can make a difference to people’s lives.”