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Five Most Popular Posts in September

The five most read posts this last month were: 1. Why I Voted for Jeremy Corbyn 2. Jeremy Corbyn's Prime Ministerial Speech 3. Jeremy Corbyn in Stoke-on-Trent 4. Now What for the Labour Establishment? 5. Some Critical Advice for Jeremy Corbyn Critical Corbyn studies absolutely dominated the blog last month, with my piece explaining why I voted this time for Jezza cleaning up and going semi-viral on the old social media.
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