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Who killed the Labour Party?

Naming the guilty parties—and a potential saviour

By John McTernan  

Former Labour leader Ed Miliband is to blame for Labour's woes, argues John McTernan ©NEWZULU/Michael Debets/NEWZULU/PA Images

Thirty-seven people have killed the Labour Party. First, there were the 16 MPs who “lent” their votes to Jeremy Corbyn to get him on the leadership ballot paper even though they had no intention of voting for him. They have learned the hard way what even children know—that it is both stupid and wrong to facilitate behaviour…

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