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Jeremy Corbyn had one group to convince today—and he failed

His speech sounded like a compromise. That's a strength, but eurosceptic left-wingers won't like it

By Alex Dean  

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech on the EU referendum campaign at Senate House, London. Picture date: Thursday April 14, 2016. ©Chris Radburn/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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“You can’t build a better world unless you engage with the world.” So argued Jeremy Corbyn today at Senate House, London, in a speech in which…

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