How can Labour expect to challenge the Tories without those of us that only voted for them to get the Tories out, the ‘hold your nose’ voters? Surely Labour would ‘remain in opposition for decades’ and become ‘unelectable’ if Corbyn doesn’t win?
Obviously it would depend on whether, whichever other candidate was to win, had managed to receive votes from those that previously didn’t support/vote, people that were either new to politics or had voted Lib Dem, Tory or UKIP (I doubt those supporting Corbyn’s competition will be from those that left during New Labour or support/voted Greens, TUSC or SNP).
I just can’t see how Labour would stand any chance of winning the election in 2020 without us ‘hold your nose’ voters?
Unless they have been able to, during this leadership election, or are able to, before the next election, somehow receive a huge surge in support from the…
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