Some Corbyn fans aren’t quite as blinkered. There are those who have clocked that opinion hasn’t shifted on Brexit, that even those who didn’t vote for it think it should still happen, and that Labour would haemorrhage votes in its northern Brexity heartlands if it decided to betray the people’s will.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party is riddled with contradictions. It is beloved by young identitarians but led by the most pale, male and stale leader in the country. It is a movement caught somewhere between Old Labourism and nouveau eco-misiberalism.
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