Kezia Dugdale / September 26, 2016
Corbyn "has a job on his hands to bring the party back together—but it is crucial that he does"
Corbyn's re-election means it is now a permanent party of Opposition
He has been re-elected as Labour leader
Labour's swelling ranks entrench divisions with a public that doesn't much care.
It took a shy man with conservative instincts to reset British society in the 1940s. Labour is now crying out for another Clement Attlee
And her weakness is more important than Jeremy Corbyn's
John Curtice / September 14, 2016
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