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How Labour could get rid of Corbyn

It could be very messy

By Peter Kellner  

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn holds his first shadow cabinet meeting since last week's reshuffle with his deputy, Tom Watson, at the House of Commons in London. ©Stefan Rousseau/PA

Listen: Prospect’s Deputy Editor Jay Elwes talk to Peter about how Labour could go about deposing its leader

The evidence is clear. Jeremy Corbyn is by far the least popular of any new opposition leader in sixty years of opinion polls.…

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