Jeremy Corbyn is 'cautious' of Labour leadership race win
Jeremy Corbyn is "cautious" about his chances of victory in the Labour leadership contest despite an opinion poll giving him a clear lead.
The veteran campaigner said he found the "Corbynmania", which has seen thousands of people pack into venues to hear him speak, "a bit embarrassing".
The left-winger now has the support of more than half of those with a vote in the Labour leadership contest, a YouGov poll suggested.
The survey for The Times of 1,411 eligible voters in the contest to succeed Ed Miliband found Mr Corbyn had nearly doubled his lead in a week to 32%.
It gave him 53% - enough to win without a need to count second preferences - with Andy Burnham at 21%, Yvette Cooper 18% and Liz Kendall on 8%.
Mr Corbyn said: "The campai