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Corbyn 2.0: Left, in pieces

After a lifetime of trying to find a nationwide answer to the progressive dilemma, I've given up

By David Marquand   November 2016

Jeremy Corbyn applauds his recent re-election, in Liverpool ©Leon Neal/Getty Images

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Labour MPs forced a great showdown with their unloved leader this summer, less than a year after he first took the helm. But they left their Liverpool conference with nothing resolved, at least not in any way that they would have wished.…

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