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Interview: Neil Kinnock—Labour is not progressing under Corbyn

The leader knows he will be judged on his performance

By Alex Dean   June 2016

Former Labour leader Lord Kinnock ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Archive/Press Association Images

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“Those who haven’t changed should just grow up and realise that the world isn’t what they imagined in their theories,” said Neil Kinnock, the former Labour leader, who spoke to Prospect about the problems faced by the Labour Party today. “They are an impediment to getting the kind of support that we need,” he said.

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