How the Labour Party Lost the Chance of a Lifetime

Corbynism had a popular program — but not the popular insurgency it needed to fight for it.

When we look back at this era of British politics, it will be defined by the battle between two projects for radical change: Brexit and Corbynism. Both claimed the mantle of deep public frustration with not just a single policy or government but decades of developments. Both promised fundamental transformation in the nature of democracy. […]

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