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The Labour Party’s New Year’s Resolution

The only permanent fact of party political life in Britain is the Conservative Party

By John McTernan  

Clement Attlee, British Prime Minister from 1945 to 1951, speaks to President Harry Truman at National Airport, Washington, D.C. before a conference on the Korean War. Dec. 4, 1950. ©AP

New Year is a time for resolutions. There is a simple one for Labour MPs —read some political history. That is, if the Parliamentary Labour Party intends not to become part…

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