Is the UK Labour Party dead?



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Britain’s Labour Party boasts more members than any other political party in the EU, and they re-elected Jeremy Corbyn, its socialist leader, with a thumping majority last year. But the broader electorate seems not to share their faith. Indeed, according to a new report by the socialist Fabian Society, which helped found Labour, the party is on course to win fewer than 200 seats at the next election - its worst performance since 1935. Labour has recovered from seeming electoral oblivion in the past, winning three landslide victories from 1997 to 2005 after 18 years in opposition. Is this time different?

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