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Labour leadership contest: Lisa Nandy says party treated its voters as 'irrational or racist' on immigration over past 20 years

Independent Saturday, 22 February 2020
Exclusive: 'As immigration climbed up the list of voters' priorities, there was a shallowness of understanding in our analysis and a lack of courage in our response', says leadership hopeful
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