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Red Pepper editor Hilary Wainwright has responded to Peter Hain in today’s Guardian: “The attempt by Peter Hain, my former comrade in the Young Liberals (he was more radical in those days), to whip us into line does not convince. The only way that anti-war voters might consider voting Labour is if those Labour MPs who voted against the war now wage their own independent campaigns, without relying on central office literature or frontbench speakers. And if those who voted for the war follow the example of MPs of the centre-left in Italy, they will admit they were wrong and join the call for the troops to come home.”

Robin Grant

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