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Guardian mourns Corbyn's polling surge -
   "It was always going to be the case that the polls would narrow during the course of the campaign, as Labour's policies received greater media exposure, but the YouGov poll implies that public opinion is more volatile."

It sounds almost as though the Guardian, which has been denigrating Corbyn since his election as Labour leader nearly two years ago (along with the rest of the British media), does not want him to win. Let's put that another way. It's almost as though Britain's only supposedly left-liberal newspaper would prefer that May and the Conservatives won. This, let us remind ourselves, is the same Conservative party that has made the once-surging, far-right UKIP party largely redundant by adopting many of its ugliest policies.

by generic on Sun May 28th, 2017 at 06:02:11 PM EST
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