Blair didn't sack Jezza for outright opposition. Many times repeated.
It's the action of a small-minded man. Or his puppet masters.
Seumus Milne will appear in one of those amusing books that chart history's notable inept losers like the man from Decca who turned the Beatles. Milne the political strategist who always made the wrong call.
Jeremy Corbyn’s weak leadership betrays those Labour would lift from povertyBut first comes actually winning an election. The strong sense is that McDonnell, along with much of the shadow cabinet, is infuriated by everything that gets in the way of that. Imagine the despair of losing an election to Boris Johnson and facing another five years of social destruction. Day after day it gets clearer that Corbyn is the chief obstacle: weak, vacillating, glum and scoring the lowest ever poll ratings for an opposition leader as he fails to grasp the severity of Labour’s crisis over antisemitism and Brexit.
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