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The BMA especially, but I gather all of them, absolutely love Corbyn.

What do they stand to gain from this?

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The BMA especially, but I gather all of them, absolutely love Corbyn.

What do they stand to gain from this?

They are a union.

What do you expect? $$$

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but herein lies the rub - Corbyn is very unlikely to be PM. They are only undermining their own credibility, and losing public sympathy

I'm guessing they are deluded, spoilt after the 2005-2010 Brown govt

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but herein lies the rub - Corbyn is very unlikely to be PM. They are only undermining their own credibility, and losing public sympathy

I'm guessing they are deluded, spoilt after the 2005-2010 Brown govt

Isn't that what they said when he tried out for leader of the labour party?

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So to conclude, the public sector unions love Corbyn because they think he'll win the next general election and give them loads of money.

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So to conclude, the public sector unions love Corbyn because they think he'll win the next general election and give them loads of money.

Everybody likes free stuff.

That and the fact that Corbyn is something of a breath of fresh air being a conviction politician means I think he'll do better than people think. Labour membership has rocketed, that means more firepower in the canvassing battle.

Don't think it'll be enough to win though, he's a bit like Farage, he's very Marmite.

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Everybody likes free stuff.

That and the fact that Corbyn is something of a breath of fresh air being a conviction politician means I think he'll do better than people think. Labour membership has rocketed, that means more firepower in the canvassing battle.

Don't think it'll be enough to win though, he's a bit like Farage, he's very Marmite.

I find his presence refreshing too, but would never vote for him.

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