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Why non-voters won’t win it for Labour in 2020

Labour needs to focus less on those who didn't vote last time, and more on those who voted for someone else

By James Kanagasooriam  

Jeremy Corbyn has inspired the young, but will they turn up for vote for him? © CECIL BELL

With Labour most likely poised to elect Jeremy Corbyn as its next leader this Saturday, it’s worth looking at how he could assemble a winning coalition of voters for 2020. His supporters claim that Corbyn reaches the parts of the electorate—particularly the young—that others can’t. They have identified three pools of potential voters who turned their…

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