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Deepskywarrior Jun 9
Corbyn is a superb leader, potentially one of Labour's greatest!
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Ed Coomber Jun 9
Corbyn hasn't won the election...
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tom Jun 9
who 'won' it then?
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Liam Fielding Jun 9
Humble pie anyone?
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Paul Craig Jun 9
its fair to say many have been proved wrong... inc much of the electorate who warmed to him. But he came good.
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liam waghorn Jun 9
Politicians on both sides show extraordinary arrogance and contempt of electorate. This should able a HUGE wake up call. New politics.
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Ed Coomber Jun 9
Survation? As the only accurate polling company?
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john gurney Jun 9
Hahaha brilliant. Hope those blairite knobs all crawl back under the rocks they came from
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Paul Craig Jun 9
You need to strengthen your front bench team to win next time. Bring these qualified rebels in from the cold & use them to win!
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Ed Coomber Jun 9
And yet, Labour are not in power...
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mark underhill Jun 9
Ironic that he's probably helped keep a number of his critics in their jobs.
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Mark Oldfield Jun 9
May didn't win it any way that means anything
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Three birds. Jun 9
Will and others apologise now time is showing them they're wrong?
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Simon Graham Jun 9
lost. 57 seats behind Tories. no other time in its history wld that be seen as triumph.
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Ed Coomber Jun 9
And quite rightly, the tories are asking questions. Labour are just breathing a sigh of relief and acting as if they've made huge progress
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Shteve Jun 9
well he failed so...
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Navinder Kaur Jun 9
If these MPs backed their leader who was voted in, they would have won the election. Corbyn inspired my kids and many kids across the UK.
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