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Corbynism: A Post Mortem

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On January 14, 2020
I’m going to have more on the December election and the future of the party in the coming days, but this post does a decent job of summarising the past four years of the Labour Party. Some bits I reject, like its implied pro-Brexit position, as well as how it wasn’t only the £3 registered […]
Executive summary: not due to any sense of ideological purity, but because I think he has the best chance to lead Labour to victory in 2020. In 2009, I published an article in Party Politics that provides evidence supporting a relationship between choice-rich electoral environments and the probability of turnout. One argument that the article advances is […]
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