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Dr Corbyn’s elixir for electoral success will kill only the patient

Rogue Valley

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You're correct. Labour did however suffer a drubbing in Scotland.
 

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Doctor Corbyn is a quack.

Once SNP pursues another referendum and wins it, then Labour will be blamed for not having fought against the breakup of UK.
 

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Doctor Corbyn is a quack.

Once SNP pursues another referendum and wins it, then Labour will be blamed for not having fought against the breakup of UK.

How will they do so willout a majority in the Scottish parliament?
 

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I don't know how Labour control over London would affect Cameron's plans for Devo-Max.

I expect SNP will continue to have strong showings in Scotland, but meanwhile Pro-British voters would vote Tory, leaving Labour high-and-dry since it won't abandon ties with SNP.
 
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