Tony Blair, the Prime Minister from 1997 to 2007, has written a third article urging Labour Party members not to vote for Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour leadership contest.
In an article written for the Observer the former Prime Minister. In the article he wrote that Corbyn’s politics were “Alice in Wonderland” and added:
“People like me have a lot of thinking to do. We don’t yet properly understand this. It is about to transform a political institution we spent our whole lives defending. But it is part of something much bigger in politics.
Because it is a vast wave of feeling against the unfairness of globalisation, against elites, against the humdrum navigation of decision-making in an imperfect world, it persuades itself that it has a monopoly on authenticity. They’re “telling it like it is”, when, of course, they’re telling it like it isn’t”.