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The leader promised the sound of the future – but he is still at war with the past.
Polling for the New Statesman suggests a majority of people would prefer more emphasis on solutions from the Labour Party.
The late Sunday Times editor was a relentless foe of abuse of power and injustice.
The government is divided over whether the Covid-19 crisis is something to be lived with or to be lived through.
The “third way” of Scottish Home Rule would not have prevented Brexit or the Iraq War.
On Scotland's right to another referendum, the Labour leader is not so different from his predecessor.
As Boris Johnson faces a second wave, and the testing regime flounders, the next challenge will be mass rehabilitation of Covid-19 survivors still suffering symptoms.
The government has opted to make its life considerably harder by not delaying the UK's exit from the EU.
The Labour leader is committed to a progressive policy agenda but he needs to demonstrate greater urgency.
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