Blair after the defeat in the elections: We pursued an almost comical way

Former Labour leader langer hard out after the Labour party and leader Jeremy Corbyn after the defeat by british choice. The former british prime minister Ton

Blair after the defeat in the elections: We pursued an almost comical way

Former Labour leader langer hard out after the Labour party and leader Jeremy Corbyn after the defeat by british choice.

The former british prime minister Tony Blair, who has been the most successful Labour leader measured in terms of votes, warn about Labour's future after the party's big defeat in the elections.

He believes that Labour must change course, if it must be done in the hope to sit in government in the future.

said he in a speech on Wednesday morning, writes the BBC.

- the Labour party must renew itself as a serious, progressive and non-conservative opposition to the government in british politics. If it happens, the party will over time be replaced, says Tony Blair.

He believes that the election results have brought shame on the labour party with the leader Jeremy Corbyn in the front.

- Let us take a period of time where we reflect over the choice. We must not try to "whitewash" our defeat or pretend it's something else than it is. The consequence of this would cause an irreparable damage to the relationship with the voters, says Blair.

One of the topics, as Tony Blair highlights, where Jeremy Corbyn failed during the election, is brexit. He believes that the failure of the party to unite the country it divided questions.

- We (the Labour party, ed.) pursued an almost comical and indecisive way, there fremmedgjorde both sides of the debate and left our voters to lead and show the way, says Tony Blair.

Ekslederen of the party has previously criticised Jeremy Corbyn to drag Labour in a direction that is marxist-leninist.

the Labour party lost 59 seats and ended up with just to get the 203 candidates in the british general election on Thursday last week.

It is the worst result for the party since the mid-1930s.

the Party's chairman, Jeremy Corbyn, said on election night that he did not intend to lead the party in the future.

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Updated Date: 18 December 2019, 10:00

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