New political party 'may be impossible' in British system, says Tony Blair
A new political party “may be impossible” within the British system, Tony Blair has said as he urged “serious figures” in both Labour and the Conservatives to demand change of their leadership.
The former Labour prime minister between 1997 and 2007 said the forthcoming party conference season will also “expose in sharp relief the change state” of his former party and the Theresa May’s Tories.
“They will provide evidence of the driving spirit inhabiting each main party, of the direction of the soul,” he said.
His remarks follow months of speculation regarding the creation of a breakaway “centrist” party made up of those disillusioned with the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.
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