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Luciana Berger doesn’t owe the hard left an apology—she was elected by her constituents

Those making thinly-veiled threats of deselection would do well to remember that Berger's success predates Corbynism

By Jane Merrick  

MPs aren't the representatives of narrow Labour groups—their mandate comes from the whole of the constituency. Photo: PA

Where is the Glasto-love? Where is the sense of “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” inclusivity which the supporters of the Labour leader/Real Prime Minister/Absolute Boy, in their post-election euphoria, proclaimed to have captured on a field in Somerset less than two weeks ago? What happened to the appeals for all wings of the Labour Party to come together and unite in the interests of winning the next election, whenever it comes? It has, it…

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