Head of Communications at the Adam Smith Institute, Kate Andrews, was interviewed by BBC Radio 4 on whether or not kindness has a place in politics. She argues that although kindness towards others personally is important, Corbyn's suggestion for kinder politics in general should not be allowed to compromise healthy debate, which leads to better policies.
"What we should not confuse is kindness towards other people personally, and still being able to have serious, firm, and sometimes ruthless discourse when it comes to discussing the issues."
Listen to the full discussion here. (starts 36:45)