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19 April 2017, 08:15
It's never been politics as usual with Jeremy Corbyn and Ian Collins predicts that will continue after the election.
Ian says that Corbyn's anti-austerity, left wing views set up an intriguing narrative in the Commons - and it might be a shame to lose that.
"In an interesting way, I like the fact that if you're going to have an Opposition, have one that looks like Jeremy Corbyn. It does curiously inform the debate," said Iain.
The LBC late night presenter then made his prediction for what will play out over the next few weeks.
"So here's my money on this...[Corbyn] won't win June 8th, the election. I don't think he can. I don't think he's got a hope in hell.
"But he will stay on as Labour leader. There won't be any of that conventional 'that's it, I'm sorry, I tried, but now I'm off'.
"He's going to stay there.
"And I hope he stays there - for the good of informing a narrative."