A the person of the working class will not mask the contempt that the party still feels towards the traditional voters it has lost
Like a rejected spouse who disputes divorce, the Labor Party knows that his working-class voters are leaving. But the party cannot admit that it is responsible for the failure. He refuses to accept that he has had the opportunity to change, but detonated it. And now someone else is on the scene.
The writing was on the wall in 2017. Thus, the Tories won 44% of the working class votes, to 42% of Labor. But in Boris Johnson’s December triumph, the payout margin was huge. Working class voters supported the Tories from 48 to 33%. The result confirmed that Labor – the party founded to protect the working class …