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Jeremy Corbyn: "Labour's the party of the many not the few"

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I got this from Jeremy Corbyn`s FacBook page: https://www.facebook.com/JeremyCorbynMP/posts/10155390033038872

As a mark of respect for the victims of the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday, I suspended The Labour Party's General Election campaigning after consultations with the Prime Minister.

Following further discussions with all the main parties, Labour will resume local campaigning tomorrow, followed by a phased return to national campaigning on Friday.

The British people are united in our resolve that terror will not prevail. It will not prevent us going about our daily lives or derail our democratic process.
Resuming democratic debate and campaigning is an essential mark of the country’s determination to defend our democracy and the unity that the terrorists have sought to attack.


I ALSO got this from Jeremy Corbyn`s FacBook page: https://www.facebook.com/JeremyCorbynMP/photos/a.468063663871.262492.330250343871/10155389161728872/?type=3&theater



The spirit in Albert Square, Manchester, last night was deeply moving. I saw a people defiant, refusing to be divided, refusing to give in to hatred. I felt so proud to be among those people, as I’ve felt so proud of the way Manchester and our whole country have responded to this attack.


I AS WELL got this from THE LABOUR PARTY MANIFESTO 2017 : FOR THE MANY NOT THE FEW: http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/manifesto2017/safer-communities

Labour will recruit 10,000 more police officers to work on community beats ...

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2 months 4 weeks ago #145015 by verynewtothis
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Speaking the morning after the bombing, this was shown only once on the BBC website - I wonder why??

Jeremy Corbyn Sends Message To Manchester Bomb Victims




Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking to Sophy Ridge (Sky News, 21/05/17).

Jeremy Corbyn - 'All bombing is wrong'



"I Want a World of Peace": In Exclusive Interview UK Labour Head Jeremy Corbyn Opposes Bombing Syria

Published on Dec 8, 2015

Three months ago, Jeremy Corbyn shocked the world when he was elected head of the Labour Party in Britain, becoming the country’s opposition leader, vowing to return the Labour Party to its socialist roots,
championing the renationalization of public transportation,
free university tuition,
rent control
and a national maximum wage to cap the salaries of high earners.
Corbyn has been a longtime antiwar activist who once chaired the Stop the War Coalition.
Last week he voted against authorizing Prime Minister David Cameron to begin bombing Syria.

A day before the vote, Cameron accused Corbyn of being a terrorist sympathizer for opposing airstrikes.

At the U.N. climate summit in Paris, Amy Goodman sat down with Jeremy Corbyn in his first U.S. TV/radio interview since being elected Labour leader. He discusses why he opposed the bombing of Syria, his refusal to drop a nuclear bomb anywhere if he were prime minister, and his call to determine who is funding ISIL.




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Jeremy Corbyn - Times They Are A Changin' final-H264 MP4 1920x1080.mp4 (Liam Moore)

Listen to Change Is a Comin! by Liam Moore on @AppleMusic:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/change-is-a-comin/id1088365266

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2 months 3 weeks ago #145018 by verynewtothis
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Jeremy Corbyn​'s powerful speech on delivering better domestic security following the Manchester attack by pledging to reverse Conservatives​' police cuts - 26/05/2017.


Jeremy Corbyn's speech on domestic security post-Manchester attack (FULL)

Also, BEFORE that TRAGETY IN Manchester - Labour Party's Jeremy Corbyn was and for me, is more than likely still SURGING In Polls!


This is from the YouTube channel: 'The Progressive Voice'



Labour Party's Jeremy Corbyn Is SURGING In New Polls! #ElectCorbyn #JeremyCorbyn #Labour #UKElection

https://www.srnnews.com/conservatives-lead-over-labour-halves-to-9-points-ahead-of-election-yougov-poll/

EDINBURGH (Reuters) – The lead enjoyed by British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative party over the opposition Labour party has halved to nine points in the run-up to a general election on June 8, a YouGov poll for the Sunday Times showed on Saturday.

That was down from a Conservative lead of 18 points one week ago, the newspaper said. May’s party is now polling at an expected 44 percent of the vote, down 5 points, versus 35 percent for the Labour Party, up 4 points.

The poll of 1,925 adults carried out on May 18 and 19 saw the Liberal Democrats unchanged at 9 percent and the United Kingdom Independence party also unchanged at 3 percent.


(Reporting by Elisabeth O’Leary, Editing by Paul Sandle)


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Polls show UK's Conservatives losing ground as policies set out
Top News Reuters

ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCAKCN18G0XJ-OCATP
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2 months 3 weeks ago #145025 by verynewtothis
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Jeremy Corbyn | My commitment to our country
(SHORT)


Published on May 27, 2017

I (Jeremy Corbyn) want the solidarity, humanity and compassion that we have seen on the streets of Manchester this week to be the values that guide our government.

There can be no love of country if there is neglect or disregard for its people.[/size]


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2 months 3 weeks ago - 2 months 3 weeks ago #145039 by verynewtothis
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I guess that more and more of the British people are catching on to the LIES told by May about the Labour party`s manifesto...
'It`s fully coasted.'


Sky News | The Battle For Number 10 | If Only
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2 months 3 weeks ago #145042 by verynewtothis
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As I stated earlier in my previous post:

verynewtothis wrote:

I guess that more and more of the British people are catching on to the LIES told by May about the Labour party`s manifesto...
'It`s fully coasted.'


Well, I Thank Adam P. Soper for this, that he posted on twitter: https://twitter.com/ahdamnsoper/status/869616766519050240

A fully costed manifesto from someone with the integrity to actually stay true to his word.
Don`t be fooled by the media!




Also, apparently Jeremy Corbyn recognises that there is a difference between PRIVATE banks and PUBLIC banks and that there are BENEFITS that go along with having PUBLIC banks.

Plus, Jeremy Corbyn as well acknowledges the fact that having the QUEEN (The Monarch) as HEAD OF STATE, that she (The QUEEN) holds no political power.

Watch Jeremy Corbyn`s full interview with the audience and with Jeremy Paxman on Sky News' Battle For Number 10.

Unfortunately Theresa May would not take Jeremy Corbyn on in a head-to-head debate.



Jeremy Corbyn | Sky News | Battle For Number 10

The Labour Party – Find a campaigning event near you:
events.labour.org.uk/

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2 months 3 weeks ago - 2 months 3 weeks ago #145051 by verynewtothis
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After listening to this video I found Theresa May`s (The leader of the Conservative Party) actions to be odd as well, but mostly ridiculous!!

Jeremy Corbyn: Theresa May, come and debate me. Any time. Any place.

The British people deserve to see the only two people who could be the next Prime Minister debate.


Published on May 31, 2017



Jeremy Corbyn| Theresa May, come and have a debate

This is for informational purposes:

And For Me (SADLY), this is the closest that Jeremy Corbyn will come in getting a debate DIRECTLY from Theresa May (The leader of the Conservative Party):

A seven-way podium debate from the Senate House at Cambridge University on the key issues between:

1. Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party;
2. Home Secretary, Amber Rudd for the Conservative Party,
3. Tim Farron, Leader of the Liberal Democrat;
4. Caroline Lucas, the Co-Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales;
5. Leanne Wood, the leader of Plaid Cymru (The Party of Wales / Aelod Cynulliad/ Assembly Member);
6. Angus Robertson, the Deputy Leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and spokesperson on the Constitution in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom; and
7. Paul Nuttall, the leader of UKIP (UK Independence Party):

BBC Leaders Election Debate

Published on May 31, 2017
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3/4


4/4


For Me, this is quite the comment:

Ateh Nkemotoh

Here's what I'm really struggling to understand. All I've ever heard from people, for years, is:

"bloody bankers and their bonuses"
"bloody rich and their offshore tax havens "
"bloody politicians with their lying and second homes"
“bloody corporations paying less tax than me”
"bloody Establishment, they're all in it together”
“it'll never change, there's no point in voting”

And quite rightly so, I said all the same things.

But then someone comes along that's different. He upsets the bankers and the rich. The Tory politicians hate him along with most of the labour politicians. The corporations throw more money at the politicians to keep him quiet. And the Establishment is visibly shaken. I've never seen the Establishment so genuinely scared of a single person.

So the media arm of the establishment gets involved. Theresa phones Rupert asking what he can do, and he tells her to keep her mouth shut, don't do the live debate, he'll sort this out. So the media goes into overdrive with:

“she's strong and stable”
“he's a clown”
“he's not a leader”
“look he can't even control his own party”
“he'll ruin the economy”
“how's he gonna pay for it all?!”
“AND he's a terrorist sympathiser, burn him, burn the terrorist sympathiser”

And what do we? We've waited forever for an honest politician to come along but instead of getting behind him we bow to the establishment like good little workers. They whistle and we do a little dance for them. We run around like hypnotised robots repeating headlines we've read, all nodding and agreeing. Feeling really proud of ourselves because we think we've came up with our very own first political opinion. But we haven't, we haven't came up with anything. This is how you tell. No matter where someone lives in the country, they're repeating the same headlines, word for word. From Cornwall to Newcastle people are saying:

“he's a clown”
“he’s a threat to the country”
“she's strong and stable”
“he'll take us back to the 70s”

And there's nothing else, there's no further opinion. There's no evidence apart from 1 radio 5 interview that isn't even concrete evidence, he actually condemns the violence of both sides in the interview. There's no data or studies or official reports to back anything up. Try and think really hard why you think he's a clown, other than the fact he looks like a geography teacher. (no offence geography teachers) because he hasn't done anything clownish from what I've seen.

And you're not on this planet if you think the establishment and the media aren't all in it together.

You think Richard Branson, who's quietly winning NHS contracts, wants Corbyn in?
You think Rupert Murdoch, who's currently trying to widen his media monopoly by buying sky outright, wants Jeremy in?
You think the Barclay brothers, with their offshore residencies, want him in?
You think Philip Green, who stole all the pensions from BHS workers and claims his wife owns Top Shop because she lives in Monaco, wants Corbyn in?
You think the politicians, both Labour and Tory, with their second homes and alcohol paid for by us, want him in?
You think Starbucks, paying near zero tax, wants him in?
You think bankers, with their multi million pound bonuses, want him in?

And do you think they don't have contact with May? Or with the media? You honestly think that these millionaires and billionaires are the sort of people that go “ah well, easy come easy go, it was nice while it lasted”?? I wouldn't be if my personal fortune was at risk, I'd be straight on the phone to Theresa May or Rupert Murdoch demanding this gets sorted immediately.

Because here's a man, a politician that doesn't lie - he can't lie - he could have said whatever would get him votes anytime he wanted but he hasn't. He lives in a normal house like us and uses the bus just like us. He's fought for justice and peace for nearly 40 years. He has no career ambitions. And his seat is untouchable. That's one of the greatest testimonies. No one comes close to removing him from his constituency, election after election.

His Manifesto is fully costed. It all adds up, yes there's some borrowing but that's just to renationalise the railway, you know we already subsidise them and they make profit yeah? One more time… WE subsidise the railway companies and they walk away with a profit, just try and grasp the level of piss taking going on there.
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/rail-subsidy-per-passenger-mile AND
Train operators pay £200m to shareholders after £4bn subsidy:
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/apr/16/rail-operators-200m-dividends-subsidy


And it benefits all of us, young, old, working, disabled, everyone. The only people it hurts are the establishment, the rich, the bankers, the top 5% highest earners.

Good, it's long overdue.

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Theresa May says no deal is better than a bad deal. Let’s be clear: "no deal" is in fact a bad deal.

"No deal" is the worst of all deals because it would leave us with World Trade Organisation tariffs and restrictions instead of the access to European markets we need.


Published on Jun 2, 2017



Jeremy Corbyn | Brexit | "No Deal" Is A Bad Deal

This is ALSO FOR educational purposes:

Jeremy Corbyn speech in basildon + Q&A 1 june 2017

The talks by members of the Labour Party doesn't START UNTIL THE 6 Minute Mark.


ALSO

We have had enough. We demand a fairer society, run in the interests of the many, not the few.


Please watch and share this powerful film by Ken Loach. #WeDemand:
https://www.youtube.com/results?q=%23WeDemand


#WeDemand
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I (verynewtothis) believe that the people in the UK should hear this...IMO, It is because of People like this is why The Labour Party deserves to win on June the 8th.

This AS WELL IS FOR educational purposes:

And Thank You Imajsa Claimant for making all 3 of the videos BELOW...THANKS!!

Chi Onwurah introduces Labour's industrial strategy

Published on Jun 2, 2017



Jeremy Corbyn asked about his economic competence


Rebecca Long-Bailey explains their Industrial strategy

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I got this from Jeremy Corbyn`s FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/JeremyCorbynMP/posts/10155425670233872

We are all shocked and horrified by the brutal attacks in London. My thoughts are with the families and friends of those who have died and the many who have been injured. Today, we will all grieve for their loss.

I would like to thank the police and emergency services for their bravery and professionalism in acting to save lives and deal with these appalling acts of terrorism, as well as NHS staff and members of the public who sought to protect others.

The Labour Party will be suspending national campaigning until this evening, after consultations with other parties, as a mark of respect for those who have died and suffered injury.


Those who wish to harm our people, divide our communities and attack our democracy will not succeed.

We will stand together to defend our common values of solidarity, humanity and justice, and will not allow terrorists to derail our democratic process.


Jeremy Corbyn | Response to the London Attacks

Published on Jun 4, 2017

Our strength is the strength of our community unity.

That was shown in Manchester straight after the horrible event there and it will be exactly the same in London.


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