Jeremy Corbyn was ridiculed by his own MPs last night after he out online and blamed the media for the party's increasingly bad ratings.
Poll puts Labour support at a two-year low ahead of local elections Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party is facing a challenge to win over voters, The New Statesman notes that the two main political parties are still feeling...
News political parties labour party jeremy corbyn media blame tour cheapThe situation is, in fact, far worse for the future of Labour than these results would suggest at first sight. Blow for Tories as economic growth slows to half expected rate. It can be temporarily disabled by clicking the "shield" icon in the address bar. Click "reload the page to see your changes". To think that sending messages to his gang of Corbynistas on social media will save the party is moonshine. Labour still well behind Conservatives in national opinion poll. We've noticed that you are using an ad blocker. James Millar reports on how the debate is...
Labour won in Politics datablog general election works. Labour needs to inspire, or it will continue to decline. They were indefensible and they proved electorally disastrous. If you are in Firefox click "disable on desmond-mcallister.info ". But we're confident that won't continue, that Labour's position will improve in the polls and the Tories will fall. Donald Trump signs executive order aimed at lifting bans on Arctic drilling. It has become a party of protest. Thank you very. He is the strongest, most decent man in politics today. The situation is, in fact, far worse for the future of Labour than these results would suggest at first sight. Research by Opinium also suggests that the Conservatives are the most trusted party on all major issues except the NHS.
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You seem to be using an out dated version of Internet Explorer which Microsoft recommends you upgrade. James Millar reports on how the debate is... But it is not in doubt that it remains Labour party policy. Blame media for bad polls? The view from Copeland: 'Lifelong Labour voters want Corbyn out'. Labour membership expected to fall below half a million.