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Labour's advantages

“Perhaps Labour’s day is done, and it is time for something new” says Nick Cohen, a sentiment echoed by Janan Ganesh. I disagree. Labour has two massive things going for it, which are immense obstacles to the formation of a...
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Floating Voters

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No, Jeremy Corbyn does not cause problems for the Tories. @JananGanesh in the FT http://t.co/75leXr2Qgb pic.twitter.com/jahKuQuRMT — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) August 25, 2015 The Labour disaster that’s waiting to happen The FT’s ...

Insincere apologies

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