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Keir Starmer needs to tell the electorate what he stands for rather than what he doesn’t stand for. He needs to clarify how he has listened and changed the Labour brand.
Often, when bad things happen, we want to believe that this is an isolated error that can be easily rectified. More often, though, this error is systemic: the outcome of a system structured to do exactly this – like the UK school meal fiasco.
Keir Starmer will be able to exploit the instinctive loyalty of much of Labour’s rank and file and their disapproval of anyone who rocks the boat. The full expulsion of Jeremy Corbyn, however, if that occurs, will not help.
What do the MPs running to replace Jeremy Corbyn believe in?
Labour leadership race — Survey shows Rebecca Long-Bailey only just scrapes majority among Momentum members.4 min read
She is meant to be the clear favourite for Corbyn supporters, but Long-Bailey hasn’t won over everyone in Momentum.
Voters have less faith in the Labour leader’s suitability to lead than they did after his 2017 successes.