Australian Left Review

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The Kinnock Factor

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By the end of the recent British general election campaign, Labour leader Neil Kinnock had almost lost his voice, but he had not cracked. Although the Labour Party made a net gain of only 20 seats, Kinnock himself emerged with dignity - a bigger figure on the national stage than he had been before and one who, half-way through the campaign, had given the Conservatives the jitters.

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