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Could Jeremy Corbyn ever win?

Unlikely, but voters do like many of his left-wing policies

By Peter Kellner   November 2015

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Now read Philip Collins on what Labour should be saying

Despite the avalanche of criticism from much of the media, and the bleak despair of many Labour MPs, Jeremy Corbyn exudes a calm, determined optimism. He and his supporters think their critics underestimate his appeal. They talk of a public yearning for his “new politics.” They believe his whole approach, combining new policies with a quieter, less brutal tone, will win the converts that the party needs…

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