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Litigation is almost never the answer to political problems

Their solutions must be political also

By David Allen Green  

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn leaves his home in North London ©Rick Findler/PA Wire/Press Association Images

The legal position was supposed to be “clear.” Everybody seemed to say so. The prolific tweeters who support Jeremy Corbyn said the position was clear. The QCs who offered their opinions said it was clear. Perhaps even Jeremy Corbyn and his allies thought it was clear.The dispute, which now appears to have been resolved, was about whether the Labour Party’s National…

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