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Should the Labour Party split up?

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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    After the referendum on Europe the Labour Party split up and a new party called the Social Democratic Party emerged.

    That was in the 1970's, but it looks like a smiliar thing could happen now.

    To have one party with two ideologies is, arguably, quite ridiculous, considering the purpose of political parties is to represent an ideology. Clearly, there are two very strong ideologies within the Labour Party and for one to take over completely is essentially ignoring, by not representing, the people who support the other ideology. Give people a choice, I say!

    Personally, I think the best way for this to happen would be if Corbyn remained leader of the Labour Party and the people who don't like him form a new party called the Socialist Conservative Party.

    Definitely! RIP Labour
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