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This chart shows what an 'electoral mountain' Labour must climb to win the election

Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised for dividing Labour but there was one thing he said in his conference speech on Wednesday that all members should be able to agree on — the party has an "electoral mountain" to climb. Now that Corbyn has successfully retained his leadership, his next challenge is making Labour a viable government in waiting. The Tories have enjoyed a honeymoon in recent polls, with YouGov's latest putting May's party 11 points ahead of Corbyn's Labour.
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