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Better Late Than Never

Labour'e deputy leader Tom Watson, who has his own mandate of course, finally wakes up to the fact that relentlessly attacking your own party's achievements in government sends all the wrong message to voters. For having the audacity to speak out on this subject Watson was immediately attacked by one of Jeremy Corbyn's biggest supporters, Unite boss Len McCluskey. So Watson must be doing something right, if you ask me.
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