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Could Jeremy Corbyn win back Ukip voters?

The left-winger's supporters claim he can attract disenfranchised defectors back to Labour

By Josh Lowe  

Corbyn has drummed up vocal and committed supporters, but will Ukippers ever be among them? © Isabel Infantes/EMPICS Entertainment

Jeremy Corbyn—likely to be Labour’s next leader come Saturday—has always dismissed claims that he is “unelectable.” It’s misguided, his supporters say, to argue that he might not win back many Tory voters and therefore can’t win in 2020. What about people who didn’t vote last time? Or SNP voters? Or young people? Or…

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