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Identifies what we have called the ‘arc of rhetoric’, the architecture as it were of the Labour Party and leader’s narrative 2010–2015, the party entered a period of reflection and self-examination. Upon his election as the new leader, after the party’s (historic) defeat at the 2010 General Election and the resignation of Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Ed Miliband called for a Policy Review. What the party underwent was not only a Review but a wealth of intellectual and textual production constitutive of an ideological revisionism. By applying narrative theory to the party political texts emerging within the Labour Party after 2010, which together constructed and constituted the corpus of One Nation discourse, we can grasp the underlying significance of this ideational revision of Labour Party and leftist thought. Through an analysis of the sequence of texts and their constitution as a ‘story’ that interpolates an underlying ‘plot’, we can see how a revision of Labour’s ‘tale’ offered to leadership a new party discourse appropriate to it
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