the 55 marginals where Corbyn’s Brexit muddle leaves Labour vulnerable
This is the third in our Election Wargaming series which looks at each party’s prospects at the ballot box. This piece looks at how the Labour Party’s stance on Brexit will affect their chances.
The Labour Party go into this election trailing by double digits in the polls, their deputy leader having stood down and having positioned themselves in the middle ground on the key issue of the day: Brexit.
The latest polling and research shows that their justification for doing so is likely to be flawed, and that the consequences of this positioning make it extremely difficult for them to have a big impact on 12 December.
Normally, occupying the middle ground in politics is a good place to be. But on…