Following the UK’s shocking Brexit results, the Labour party has been in turmoil, with Corbyn’s leadership under significant threat. More than forty Shadow Ministers have resigned, and Corbyn lost a no-confidence motion by an incredible 172 votes to 40. Furthermore, as of 30th June 2016, Only 31% percent of Labour Party Members believed that Corbyn would win the next General Election, a drop of 21% vs. May 2016.
We discovered that MPs are more in tune with what the public wants than Labour party members. MPs under-represent support for Corbyn, whilst members over-represent support for Corbyn.
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