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  • News Uncategorized Public believe Labour is now more divided than ever

    Public believe Labour is now more divided than ever

    An overwhelming majority of voters believe that the Labour Party has never been more divided, despite Jeremy Corbyn’s landslide victory today. New polling shows that 74 per cent of people think the party is more fractured than ever before, while just 16 per cent say Labour is on course for election victory under Jeremy Corbyn. The latest ComRes research for The Independent and the Sunday Mirror reveals the scale of Corbyn’s task now that he has tightened his grip on the leadership. Almost as […]

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  • Featured News Smith warns over Labour’s “dire” poll ratings but praises Corbyn’s win

    Smith warns over Labour’s “dire” poll ratings but praises Corbyn’s win

    Owen Smith today told Jeremy Corbyn that Labour must turn round its “dire” poll ratings if it is to compete against the Tory Government. The Welshman paid tribute to the man who beat him with a “clear win” and “decisively” but said the leader had to heal divisions in the party and connect with voters who appear to be walking away from Labour. Smith based his campaign on a policy-heavy platform with a similar anti-austerity attitude to that of Corbyn […]

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  • Comment Featured Backing the leader or burying Corbynism? What now for Jeremy’s critics?

    Backing the leader or burying Corbynism? What now for Jeremy’s critics?

    Jeremy Corbyn’s having a party. The attempts to dethrone the Labour leader have failed, and while the left of the party celebrates tonight many others, cowed by another comprehensive defeat, have plenty of thinking to do. From the soft left to the old right to the post-Blairite flank of the party, Corbynsceptic Labour MPs need to assess their tactics after members once again made their feelings plain. Thankfully for them, this was no out-of-the-blue Leicester City moment of glory (that […]

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  • Featured News Corbyn vows to “reach out” – but won’t rule out de-selections

    Corbyn vows to “reach out” – but won’t rule out de-selections

    Jeremy Corbyn today refused to rule out the deselection of MPs opposed to his leadership despite his message to “reach out” to critics in the party. The newly re-elected leader, who saw off Owen Smith with 61.8 per cent of the vote, repeatedly declined to say whether he would oppose the measure, which centrist MPs fear could be used to weed them out. Corbyn spent much of the afternoon vowing to bring unity to a divided party in a series […]

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  • Featured News Corbyn greeted with huge ovation as he attends Women’s Conference

    Corbyn greeted with huge ovation as he attends Women’s Conference

    Jeremy Corbyn today said Labour has changed the terms of the political debate but told activists “there is more to be done”. Giving the closing statement at Labour Women’s Conference in Liverpool, he said Labour needs to campaign to tackle inequality wherever it is found and paid tribute to female MPs. In particular he praised Jess Phillips for her work, saying they had a “good meeting” earlier in the day, Paula Sherriff for her work on the Tampon Tax and said he gave […]

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