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Watts, E. (2017). Celebrities4Corbyn: continuity and change in Labour’s use of celebrities. In Thorsen, E., Jackson, D., and Lilleker, D., (2017). Bournemouth University: The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters and the Campaign (pp. 128-128) http://www.electionanalysis.uk/uk-election-analysis-2017/section-8-personality-politics-and-popular-culture/celebrities4corbyn-continuity-and-change-in-labours-use-of-celebrities/