Politics- Old Labour vs current Labour

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Hi the text books/ revision guides talk about Labour under Miliband shouldnt it be about Corbyn though? I guess the books are outdated.

Anyways the question in my revision guide says "distinguish between traditional labour and current labour" I guess i base my answe around Corbyn?

Doesnt distinguish mean differences? I can think of lots of similarities but barely any differences
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When it says current labour try in your mind thinking new labour, tony blair/gordon brown, ed miliband etc
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When it says current labour try in your mind thinking new labour, tony blair/gordon brown, ed miliband etc
I think in an exam I would do corbyn for similarity and then new labour for differencws as there are still new labour factions and corbyn had opposition
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I think in an exam I would do corbyn for similarity and then new labour for differencws as there are still new labour factions and corbyn had opposition
Yeah You can do that too, mention how similar corbyn and old labour are and match it with the "blairite" factions of current labour and the Blair government obviously
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