Patrick O’Flynn Patrick O’Flynn

Labour’s leading lights have learned nothing from their election disaster

A Party that was serious about winning back power would already be assessing the reasons for its defeat

The Labour Party suffered a terrible defeat on December 12 and now has fewer MPs in the Commons than at any time in living memory.

This shouldn’t need saying given that the results of the general election were very much the opposite of a state secret, but the startling behaviour and utterances of most of Labour’s leading lights since shows that it clearly does.

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