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Labour’s TINA nightmare.

Don Brind evokes Mrs Thatcher’s memorable assertion It’s International Peace Day and I’m in the strange position, for me, of defending Jeremy Corbyn. My audience is someone who ought to be a natural Corbynista – a veteran campaigner for peace and international development. “I like Jeremy as a person,” I tell her”. He’s a decent […]
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