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The world according to Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn talks about changing the world. But would his Britain just end up protesting from the sidelines?

The Morning Star has never been an influential newspaper. During the Cold War the far-left journal was bolstered by a bulk order from the Soviet Union, though now its daily circulation is no more than 10,000. Its columnists rail against American imperialism, wars in the Middle East and poverty in the global south. And up until he ran to be Labour leader in 2015, one of those columnists was…

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