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What Labour should be saying

It should attack the government's analysis, not its motives

By Philip Collins   November 2015

Corbyn celebrating his leadership victory; but what of the next general election? © Stefan Rousseau/ Press Association Images

Now read Peter Kellner on whether Corbyn can ever win

The Labour Party likes opposition more than it dare admit. There is a protest reflex in Labour which relishes the business of being against. Government is a troublesome business which inevitably compromises the purity of belief. In opposition, which demands no actions and…

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