Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

Labour shadow ministers told to emulate Will Smith in EU campaign

Even if Jeremy Corbyn isn’t making waves in Labour’s EU campaign, the rest of the party is trying to knuckle down and get on with what is essentially an enthusiastic get out the vote operation. The party knows that the bulk of its voters are in favour of Britain staying in the European Union, and that it just needs to enthuse them enough to bother to vote – which is the problem I set out in this earlier post.

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