Saturday December 7, 2019

Corbyn‘s Marxist manifesto will put Johnson back in power

Corbyn‘s plan for nationalisation backtracks on Britain’s liberal economic model and will persuade moderates that Johnson is the lesser of two evils

24th November, 2019
Leader of the Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn and Conservative party leader, Boris Johnson (Pic: Getty)

The British general election campaign has so far proven dull and lacklustre. This is in distinct contrast to the seemingly relentless drama which has dominated the country‘s political landscape since the Brexit referendum in June 2016.

The campaign is too long, with the polling date of December 12 already feeling as though it‘s a lifetime away. Such a drawn-out campaign causes the public and media alike to lose interest. A snappier, more concentrated campaign...

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