James Forsyth James Forsyth

Jeremy Corbyn’s extraordinary success is a coup for the Tories

If he becomes Labour leader, the party will move further leftwards

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[/audioplayer]It wasn’t meant to work out this way. A month ago, Westminster watched to see if Jeremy Corbyn could get the support of the 35 MPs he needed to enter the Labour leadership race. At the time, it seemed a sort of joke.

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