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'Comatose': Tony Blair hits out at Jeremy Corbyn over Labour's massive defeat

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 18 December 2019
The former British PM says the Labour Party will remain 'marooned on fantasy island' if they don't expel hard-left socialism.
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Former prime minister Tony Blair said Labour's election defeat had "brought shame" on the party. Labour's former leader criticised Jeremy Corbyn's leadership which he claimed turned the party into a "far left protest movement with cult trimmings, utterly incapable of being a credible government"....

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