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AJ Survey: Who should be the next Labour leader?

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We want to hear your views on the candidates in line to be the next Labour leader

Voting opened earlier this month to find a replacement for Ed Miliband. A winner will be revealed on 12 September - but which of the four candidates gets your backing?

The four politicians in the running:

  • Andy Burnham
  • Yvette Cooper
  • Jeremy Corbyn
  • Liz Kendall

Who could lead Labour to victory in the next general election? Who has the best housing policies?

The answers you provide to the anonymous survey will help to inform articles and research for both the AJ in print and online.

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Readers' comments (4)

  • It's sad day when they ask architects as a group who a leading politician should be, as if anyone would take any notice either way.

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  • Unfortunately, non of the candidates have the stature, or presence of even Harriet Harman let alone new ideas to become a leader.
    We obviously need a good opposition to ensure checks and balances and the only hope will be that the leader is short lived and alternative candidates will come forward.
    Martyn Love

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  • Why make a choice between four disasters waiting to happen? Any socialist is likely to ruin the economy and therefore create less optimism. Many architects have a love affair with socialism and can't face the facts!

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  • John Kellett

    Do the candidates know what architecture is and architects are? No other politician does! Since the majority of the population have no real idea about our profession either, merely a media induced impression, democracy will never create a decent urban environment anyway.

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