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Labour’s centre must fight Corbyn on doctrine as well as strategy

The real case against the party leader is not that a Corbyn government is unlikely, but that a Corbyn government would be disastrous

By Peter Kellner  

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn joins campaigners in London calling for ambitious action to tackle climate change. © Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images

We know that many Labour MPs want to see the back of Jeremy Corbyn. But are they fighting him on the right grounds?

Yes, the MPs think Corbyn is a vote-loser. Yes, they deplore the way he tries to mobilise his supporters to outflank the…

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