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Yes, let us define "abilities": Which abilities are personal and which are collective, that is performed by a group of people or accrued by their agreement, to which one ascribes "leadership".

Is Corbyn's purported leadership obtained in part or in whole in concert with Labour members ("the party"): From what or whom does that authority derive after all.

This article contemplates only personality and personalty, as opinion and electoral polling results are so construed. Oddly, force of legal effect, entitled by offices of group by-laws, UK gov, and parliament are excluded from that slate of criteria.

Diverging political priorities of "the party" members in the three kingdoms as well as offical and unofficial territorial dependencies on UK gov have here been duly if scantily noted. Let us note further, even less upon the real "estate" and value of "Corbyn's" economic accomplishments survives remark.

How, for example, does Corbyn's voting record demonstrate those leadership abilities, inter alia, to distribute "the party" governance and industrial policy among several constituencies? How does this demonstrable ability apply to effective rule of parliamentary and legislative agenda?

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Sat May 4th, 2019 at 07:47:15 PM EST
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