What if Corbyn’s Labour had a chance at government in 2017?

What could have been? (picture: The Times)

There’s nothing people in British politics like more than refighting old battles, and so we continue to discuss the 2017 election three years and one election after it happened. On one side it’s the argument that Jeremy Corbyn was just 2,227 votes (or similar) away from becoming Prime Minister (which appears to have started with this article), on the other it’s “well at least we don’t

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Former academic and politician, working out what comes next. nickjbarlow on Twitter, nickbwalking on IG. Support: https://medium.com/@nick-barlow/membership

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