With a general election this year almost certain and Boris Johnson posing as a populist, some commentators say there is a disconnect between ‘London Labour’ front-benchers and voters in Labour’s traditional ‘heartlands’.
Should Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn send senior southern-based MPs to meet voters in northern (and Midlands, Welsh) seats to reconnect with traditional Labour voters there?
The poll will close at noon on 15 September.
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