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Jeremy Corbyn: the politician who never grew up

He has not changed his mind in 30 years. That is rigidity, not consistency

By Philip Collins   March 2016

Jeremy Corbyn (right) with Gery Adams (centre) and Ken Livingstone, who had invited the Sinnn Fein vice president to London on behalf of the GLC in 1983. ©Rex Shutterstock

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