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From political strife to Swedish songwriting—a look at this month's issue

By Bronwen Maddox  

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Could Jeremy Corbyn ever get to No.10? For all the improbability of that image, as our exclusive polls this month show, voters say they back some policies he embraces far more than they do the government’s. He is also clearly “on to something,” as Peter puts it, in trying to strike a new tone. But you can’t glue together a winning platform from these strands, as he also notes. The prospect of Prime Minister Corbyn remains implausible unless he becomes less…

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