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Labour conference: we still don’t know what Jeremy Corbyn wants

Is he engaged in a lasting strategic move away from his past, or just making short-term tactical concessions?

By Peter Kellner  

Jeremy Corbyn faces hard tactical choices. © Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/Press Association Images

An easy cliché for starting a commentary is to say that such-and-such a person or institution is at a crossroads. In my sporadic attempts to avoid clichés, it’s a metaphor I try to avoid. But sometimes it really does sum things up. Writing this blog at Labour’s conference in Brighton, I am observing a party that truly is at a crossroads.

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