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Smith backer, Don Brind is amused to find himself on the same page as arch Corbynista Paul Mason

Labour needs a leader who can connect with working class voters “Don’t forget, It was Godfather Two that won the Oscar”. That was the cheering thought offered to a bunch of Saving Labour stalwarts who gathered to reflect on their failure to avert Jeremy Corbyn’s second leadership landslide. The unanimous view was that Labour still […]
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