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Hugo Rifkind

The problem with Jeremy Corbyn’s populist media-loathing

To regard the fourth estate as a coherent and malicious political entity is conspiratorial madness

19 September 2015

8:00 AM

19 September 2015

8:00 AM

The new leader walks across a bridge, in the dark, while the journalist asks him questions. He’s not shouting, this journalist; not like Michael Crick would be, all smug of face while shrieking ‘Isn’t it true you’re a terrible dickhead?’ None of that. Even so, the leader says not a word.

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