Wednesday, January 20, 2016

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Widespread opposition to the Iraq war and anger over the aftermath of the conflict “played a big part” in the rise of Jeremy Corbyn’s popularity

the legacy of the Iraq war and the failure of the previous three leaders to prepare for their succession are to blame for Corbyn’s rise.

I also know that we cannot overlook the fact that widespread opposition to the war, and anger about the aftermath, played a big part in Corbyn's rise

Unelectable in the eyes of the non-political public, unassailable because he is exactly what those inside the bubble want: something different

Poll: Trump leads GOP field by more than 2-1 margin nationally