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Read the small print. Jeremy is getting his way

It’s not hard to understand the frustration that must be felt by Labour activists throughout the country. Earlier this month, the party (just about) out-performed the Conservative Party in the local council elections, inasmuch as it lost fewer seats than Theresa May’s party did. But the media’s attention seemed heavily focused, not on the prime minister’s difficulties, but on Jeremy Corbyn’s inability to achieve the electoral breakthrough that has eluded him since he became leader of his party.

It’s happened again in the last few days. Although suffering a truly dreadful result in the European Parliament elections, Labour didn’t do quite as badly...

Read the small print. Jeremy is getting his way

It’s not hard to understand the frustration that must be felt by Labour activists throughout the country. Earlier this month, the party (just about) out-performed the Conservative Party in the local council elections, inasmuch as it lost fewer seats than Theresa May’s party did. But the media’s attention seemed heavily focused, not on the prime minister’s difficulties, but on Jeremy Corbyn’s inability to achieve the electoral breakthrough that has eluded him since he became leader of his party.

It’s happened again in the last few days. Although suffering a truly dreadful result in the European Parliament elections, Labour didn’t do quite as badly...

Read the small print. Jeremy is getting his way

It’s not hard to understand the frustration that must be felt by Labour activists throughout the country. Earlier this month, the party (just about) out-performed the Conservative Party in the local council elections, inasmuch as it lost fewer seats than Theresa May’s party did. But the media’s attention seemed heavily focused, not on the prime minister’s difficulties, but on Jeremy Corbyn’s inability to achieve the electoral breakthrough that has eluded him since he became leader of his party.

It’s happened again in the last few days. Although suffering a truly dreadful result in the European Parliament elections, Labour didn’t do quite as badly...

Read the small print. Jeremy is getting his way

It’s not hard to understand the frustration that must be felt by Labour activists throughout the country. Earlier this month, the party (just about) out-performed the Conservative Party in the local council elections, inasmuch as it lost fewer seats than Theresa May’s party did. But the media’s attention seemed heavily focused, not on the prime minister’s difficulties, but on Jeremy Corbyn’s inability to achieve the electoral breakthrough that has eluded him since he became leader of his party.

It’s happened again in the last few days. Although suffering a truly dreadful result in the European Parliament elections, Labour didn’t do quite as badly...