Here’s a good read from Helen Lewis, the Deputy Editor at the New Statesman. Apart from immigration and an appeal to the middle classes, she proposes and eight other things we’ve learned from the 2017 election.
I won’t spoil your read by identifying the eight points.
But it’s worth dwelling on immigration and the middle classes.
Most people, apart from the Far Right, are now more concerned about the economic outlook than controls on immigration. This could well pave the way to a softer Brexit.
Also the middle classes are rejecting austerity and falling real pay levels because of Brexit uncertainties. So should we now be watching the Corbyn machine target the middle classes?