James Forsyth James Forsyth

Making Labour work

Four candidates, in two camps, chasing a vote scattered in at least three directions. This could be messy

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[/audioplayer]The Labour party is in a worse position today than after its defeat in 1992. Then, the electorate sent Labour a clear and simple message: move to the centre, don’t say you’ll put taxes up and select a more prime ministerial leader.

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