In his initial leadership campaign and following what may go down in history as the worst coup in political history, Jeremy presented the party membership with a vision for the future. A vision of investment, an alternative course of anti austerity ideas and a party bound and driven by values. Whether one agrees with these ideas or not, it is difficult to deny these policies dominated his second leadership contest with Owen Smith, with the key difference being this notion of power and electability peddled by Owen and the Parliamentary Party. The results were damning, an increased majority for Jeremy and back to backbench’s for Owen.
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