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Won't Get Fooled Again

'Won't Get Fooled Again' seems to be the central message of this interesting piece in The Independent from a young man who is experiencing terrible buyer's remorse after voting for Jeremy Corbyn in the 2015 Labour leadership election. For me this is the killer paragraph, but read the full piece via the link below and decide for yourself: "And before anyone says it, the media cannot be blamed for Corbyn’s failings.
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