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Observer columnist slams own paper's editorial on Corbyn.

Ed Vulliamy believes The Observer and The Guardian have let their readers down by jumping on the same bandwagon as the parliamentary in crowd. 

"It came as a disappointment – as I suspect it did to others who supported Corbyn, or were interested – to find such a consensus ready to pour cold water on the parade. To behold so little curiosity towards, let alone sympathy with, why this happened."

He continues:

And even if middle England is more adverse to radical politics than middle Spain or Greece, does that mean we have to align with this mainstream stasis, just because it is so? What’s the point of principles if their trade-off for power is a principle in itself? Why have principles at all?

I completely agree.


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