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If there’s a new party in Britain, it won’t come from the centre-left | Stephen Bush

The disconnect between Leave voters and their leaders could give rise to a new, ugly movement of the right

Inflation, the career civil servant Frederick Leith-Ross once remarked, is like sin: every government denounces it and every government practises it. And so it is with a new party of the centre: everyone has denounced it, no one wants to practise it, but still, talk of it goes on.

The formation of a new centre party is the only thing that really spooks Jeremy Corbyn’s inner circle nowadays: not because they think such an enterprise would succeed but its failure would doom them, …read more

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