The polls are saying he’s certain to win the Labour Party leadership again.
YouGov – a polling company that was famously founded by Tories and is run by one of them to this day, has finally released the long-awaited results of its poll on the Labour leadership election.
Many social media commentators have speculated that the poll result was delayed because the results weren’t what its funders wanted to see. Indeed, this could be the result of a completely different poll.
But the figures are clear: Corbyn 62; Smith 38. That’s a 24-point lead for Jeremy Corbyn.
The fly in the ointment is the purge of Labour Party members by a ‘party machine’ intent on denying Mr Corbyn his victory.
Who knows what the result will be, after these people have finished purging the Labour Party of anyone who has ever upheld its ideals?
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