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Corbyn’s ultimate failure

If Corbyn had lost the support of a third of Labour voters in an election then he would be forced out. This is worse than that

By John McTernan  

Jeremy Corbyn in Westminster, London, after Britain voted to leave the European Union. 24th June ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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“It’s not up to me to throw in, other than a couple of lines about ‘the government’s in a mess.’” That is what Jeremy Corbyn said in Vice’s recent fly-on-the-wall documentarytalking about why he wasn’t going to embarrass David Cameron over the shock resignation…

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