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.... Let's look at how the Labour Party did when it was led by Jeremy Corbyn, and let's look at how it's done now that it's led by Keir Starmer. I'm looking now at absolute, actual votes, numbers of votes cast... So, in 2017, the first election in which Jeremy Corbyn led the Labour Party, Labour won 12.8 million. Now, in 2019, which Labour lost, and of course that was the BREXIT election, when the Conservatives were led by Boris Johnson. They campaigned on getting BREXIT done. Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party won 10.2 millions of votes, a significant decline, because [...MIDLANDS...]

ALEX C.: Was that the vote where Farage supported Boris Johnson?

Working-class 'red wall' voters decided the last UK election. How do they feel now?

The Conservatives lost 12 seats in Wales, meaning they now have no MPs there.

Jeremy Corbyn was attacked by the Blairites in his own party and equally by the Israel lobby in the UK because of Palestine.

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Sun Jul 7th, 2024 at 08:45:07 PM EST

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