"We do not expect journalists to give any elected leader an easy ride," they wrote in a letter published by The Guardian, "but Corbyn has been treated from the start as a problem to be solved rather than as a politician to be taken seriously.
This week, British politics reached an unbelievable low. As he attempted to respond to the Prime Minister’s statement on Europe yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn was disrupted and drowned out by a group of Tory MPs shouting the familiar football chant, “Who are ya, who are ya, who are ya!” You may have seen the video yourself and had a little laugh at it – indeed Andy Burnham, Labour’s domestic spokesman had a chuckle himself. However, the implications are anything but funny.
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The Week, July 2016 MP says attempted coup is 'finished' as new party members appear to side with leader Labour rebels are "in retreat", according to the Daily Telegraph, after several senior MPs told the newspaper Jeremy Corbyn would triump