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Plus: the Labour leader’s big test tomorrow – ‘haffely, gaffely, gaffely gonward’
Suggested by Don Phillips. The word comes from a childhood mishearing of 'They have slain the Earl o'Moray/ And laid him on the green' as 'And Lady Mondegreen', from the traditional ballad 'The Bonny Earl of Murray', admitted to by Sylvia Wright in a 1954 Harper's Bazaar article. I asked for new ones.
Exclusive: It’s a mistake to just target the young, think tank warns - to do so risks electoral oblivion for Labour
Usually, party leaders deal with the gap between activists and target voters by giving the activists in the hall clap lines which do not offend target voters
Plus more Thatcher, modern liberalism and the loss aversion theory of the EU referendum
A new contemporary history venture sheds new light on a prime minister who divided opinion like no other
From anticipointment and sonder to kenopsia and monachopsis...
New leader is good for politics, says public
Turning the session into a radio phone-in got Jeremy Corbyn through it, but that is all
If only someone would tell us what they think of Jeremy Corbyn. In the meantime, here are some other bits and pieces
John McDonnell, Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow chancellor, promised to ‘transform the idea of leadership’ in the Labour Party
This is not a movement – it is a sense of frustration looking for people to betray it
Labels matter in politics, as Paul T Horgan says
(Not that sort of helm.) Plus a few other bits and pieces
Intimations of the kind of trouble into which a Corbyn-led Labour Party is heading
Plus the properly weird world of a Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn