Since I last surveyed the political landscape in 2013 and 2014, some ruling tribes have been cast down, and some formerly lost tribes have risen to rule.
By 2022, Corbyn will no longer look ‘new’, and that he came close to winning in 2017 should mean that he will then be exposed to far greater scrutiny,
You can help to warn voters before it’s too late.
It’s sad in a way, but the quicker Labour is eclipsed and a new leftist party emerges, the better for everyone.
The British people now have a chance, probably for the last time, to restore democratic institutions to their proper place.
There is a growing sense that he is a “low-level misogynist”. And that many of his allies are even worse.
The last attempt at reviving the Social Democrat experiment was New Labour. Now those same people face exile under Corbyn.
“The real way we can be an anti-austerity party is having a strong economy, having sound public finances, backing great businesses…”
It’s more a case of the centre-left doing badly than the centre-right doing well.
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