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Labour’s “real vote” test

The party's local election challenge couldn't be greater

By Peter Kellner   May 2016

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, smiles after launching Labour's official local election campaign at Mark Hall & Netteswell Community Assoc, Moot House in, Harlow, Essex. ©Nick Ansell/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Jeremy Corbyn has more at stake in the May elections than any other party leader. In contrast, David Cameron, Nicola Sturgeon and Nigel Farage are much more focussed on…

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