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

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verynewtothis wrote: 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.


Jeremy Corbyn | Response to the London Attacks

Published on Jun 4, 2017

Those who wish to harm our people, divide our communities and attack our democracy will not succeed. Our values of solidarity, humanity and justice will prevail.



I ALSO got this from THE LABOUR PARTY MANIFESTO 2017 FOR THE MANY NOT THE FEW, under the header POLICE AND CRIME:
http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/manifesto2017/safer-communities
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I (verynewtothis) thought the same thing as Jeremy Corbyn did and

This Thursday (June the 8th) voters have the opportunity to vote for a Labour government for the many not the few, one that will invest in police and security services rather than cut them.

I (verynewtothis) just hope the middle class and the poor that can vote come out in droves and vote 'Labour'.

Those people in the UK really need somebody like 'a Jeremy Corbyn' to help to balance out the crap in the UK.

Jeremy Corbyn | Your Choice Is On Thursday

Published on Jun 5, 2017



ALSO, there's this:

Latest YouGov Poll Shows 1% Difference Between Labour Party and Tory Party


This opinion poll was conducted BACK-ON May the 30th and May the 31st...

BEFORE the Terrorist Attack in London:


https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/imdk9bjaff/TimesResults_170531_VI_Trackers_W.pdf
Please scroll DOWN-TO THE TOP-OF PAGE 2!!
HOPEFULLY PEOPLE DON`T FIND THE LAST PART OF THIS POST TO BE TO CRASS…IT WASN`T MY INTENTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! …

I posted it as a follow-up to this: http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/vntt-study-notes/116519-jeremy-corbyn-labour-s-the-party-of-the-many-not-the-few?start=10#145018 because I missed posting last weeks results.
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This IS FOR Informational purposes...THANK YOU Imajsa Claimant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeremy Corbyn highlights taxation problems within the Tory party


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IMO, this is another good video from Imajsa Claimant and THANKS!!

Jeremy Corbyn looks like he's enjoying himself in Gateshead

Published on Jun 5, 2017



Jeremy Corbyn | Labour's New Deal On Housing

Labour will end the country’s housing crisis by building at least a million new homes.

We (they) will fix the broken market to provide homes for the many, not investment opportunities for a wealthy few.



Plus,

#WeDemand | Public Services for the Many

Conversations about our public services: practitioners, professionals and users of our public services talk about their experiences.


http://worldfreemansociety.ca/forum/94-conspiracy/116545-the-british-conservative-party-is-your-enemy

A film by Ken Loach:


verynewtothis wrote:

http://www.labour.org.uk/people/detail/jeremy-corbyn

FaceBook:
https://www.facebook.com/JeremyCorbynMP

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/jeremycorbyn


THE LABOUR PARTY MANIFESTO 2017: FOR THE MANY NOT THE FEW

http://www.labour.org.uk/index.php/manifesto2017

A manifesto for a better, fairer Britain.

CREATING AN ECONOMY THAT WORKS FOR ALL

NEGOTIATING BREXIT

TOWARDS A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE

A FAIR DEAL AT WORK

SOCIAL SECURITY

SECURE HOMES FOR ALL

HEALTHCARE FOR ALL

SAFER COMMUNITIES

LEADING RICHER LIVES

EXTENDING DEMOCRACY

A MORE EQUAL SOCIETY

A GLOBAL BRITAIN

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FUNDING BRITAIN’S FUTURE:
This short document shows how Labour will make the taxation and spending decisions in government that will transform and rebuild our country.

http://www.labour.org.uk/page/-/Images/manifesto-2017/Funding%20Britain%27s%20Future.PDF

Labour’s tax transparency and enforcement programme:
http://www.labour.org.uk/page/-/Images/manifesto-2017/9668_17%20TAX%20AVOIDANCE%20PDF%20%28MANI%20LAUNCH%29_v3.pdf

And

Policy Updates - Jeremy for Labour

http://www.jeremyforlabour.com/policies

#WeDemand | Party Election Broadcast

Published on Jun 6, 2017

If you haven’t seen The Labour Party’s latest election broadcast, directed by Ken Loach, please take a few minutes to watch it. It’s a very powerful statement of our values, for the many, not the few.


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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.

Copied from somewhere.


Jeremy Corbyn | Labour's Offer To Britain

It's time for a change.


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This is for Informational Purposes:

I personally HOPE THAT Jeremy Corbyn Ultimately Succeeds Here:

Corbyn vows to force May to resign 'within a matter of days'
By John Bowden - 06/10/17 06:30 PM EDT

http://thehill.com/homenews/news/337270-corbyn-vows-to-force-may-to-resign-within-a-matter-of-days-after-disastrous

He plans to use the vote over the Queen's Speech at the end of June as his next attempt to topple May , who is barely clinging to power following the destruction of the Tories' majority at the ballot box on Thursday.

We will – obviously – amend the Queen’s Speech. There’s a possibility of voting it down and we’re going to push that all the way ," he explained. Corbyn says there's enough opposition in Parliament and in May's own party to topple the government.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/may/27/queens-speech-state-opening-parliament-pomp-guide

Does the Queen write her own speech?

No, the speech is written by the government of the daythe cabinet and the prime minister ...

The speech is traditionally delivered by the monarch in a neutral, formal tone to show neither approval nor disapproval of the proposals. It varies in length depending on the number of bills the government has chosen to include, though usually runs to about 10 minutes. The Queen also gives details of any upcoming state visits that she is scheduled to be hosting or attending.


What happens after State Opening
http://www.parliament.uk/about/how/occasions/stateopening/afterstateopening/

Debating the Queen's Speech

Each House meets separately, in the afternoon, to begin debating the government's programme of legislation and policies and to consider an 'Address in Reply to Her Majesty's Gracious Speech’.

In both Houses, different subject areas are debated for several days following the ceremony.
...

In 2014 the subjects of Commons debates following the Queen's Speech were:


Cost of living,
energy and housing
Health
Home affairs
Jobs and work
The economy and living standards.

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Let`s hear from the Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn himself...After all, the Labour Party fought a campaign of hope, not fear, and set out their policies which will deliver for the many, not the few during the UK General Election for 2017.

Jeremy Corbyn | BBC Andrew Marr Show | 11 June 2017
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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #145119 by verynewtothis
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This Finishes the information that I WAS TRYING TO CONVEY IN MY EARLIER POST...THANKS Bex Sumner of the Canary FOR THIS:

https://www.thecanary.co/2017/06/11/corbyn-drawn-up-battle-plan-tories-dreading/

Theresa May is clinging on to power by a thread, and the public is in uproar about her attempted deal with the hard-right Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Now Jeremy Corbyn has announced his battle plan. It’s a plan the Tories won’t like at all.

The battle plan

While Theresa May spent Saturday 10 June negotiating a deal with a party that has extensive links to terrorism, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reportedly spent it tending his allotment. May emerged saying she’d reached an agreement with the unionists, a deal which would threaten peace in Northern Ireland. Her claims were immediately disputed: www.bbc.com/news/election-2017-40236152 by the DUP, throwing Downing Street further into chaos. Corbyn, meanwhile, emerged ready to speak about his battle plan for transforming Britain.

The Labour leader has told The Sunday Mirror:

I can still be Prime Minister. This is still on. Absolutely. '


How? Because May has to present her legislative programme to Parliament via the Queen’s speech on 19 June: www.bbc.com/news/election-2017-40233327 MPs then have six days to debate it: www.bbc.com/news/election-2017-40233327 before voting on it on 27 June. If it gets voted down, it will effectively constitute a vote of no confidence in May’s minority government.

And Corbyn thinks
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/jeremy-corbyn-vows-oust-theresa-10601306 there may be enough opposition in Parliament – including on the government’s backbenches – to vote the government down:

We will – obviously – amend the Queen’s Speech. There’s a possibility of voting it down and we’re going to push that all the way.

If the government is voted down, the Queen would then invite Corbyn to try to form a government. And he is ready to put forward his own Queen’s speech: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/jeremy-corbyn-queens-speech-labour-form-government-theresa-may-tory-party-election-result-hung-a7783256.html
If that was voted through, Corbyn would become Prime Minister. If it was also voted down, it would trigger another general electionand that would be bad news for the Conservatives.

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Lets see how much of an impact the Labour Party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, who runs a Labour campaign BASED ON HOPE, rather than BASING THEIR campaign ON FEAR has ON the UK`s populous...This is another Informative piece by Bex Sumner of the Canary:

The good news keeps on coming for Labour as the Corbyn surge goes ballistic
https://www.thecanary.co/2017/06/11/labour-good-news-corbyn-surge-ballistic/0

Just days after the election, Labour has received two bits of very good news. Firstly, its membership has surged since the general election. Secondly, a new poll: http://mailchi.mp/survation/post-election-poll-for-the-mail-on-sunday-1118541 suggests that, were there to be another general election, Labour would now beat the Conservatives by a country mile.

By the end of the New Labour era, Labour’s membership had dropped to just over 150,000: http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/11/more-than-150000-people-have-joined-labour-since-the-election-6700935/ Now the party, already the largest social democratic one in Europe, has had a surge: www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-40251890 in membership since the election – and has the million mark in its sights: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/sep/27/jeremy-corbyns-team-targets-labour-membership-one-million

But it gets better for Jeremy Corbyn and his team. A new poll by Survation – a company whose final poll before the election accurately predicted that Labour would win 40% of the vote – puts Labour a staggering six points ahead of the Conservatives. If a general election were held tomorrow, the poll suggests, Labour would get 45%: http://uk.businessinsider.com/poll-jeremy-corbyn-would-be-pm-if-general-election-were-held-again-2017-6?r=UK&IR=T of the vote. The Conservatives would get just 39%.

A general election won’t be held tomorrow. But many predict that one will be held this year.

Voters are flocking to Corbyn’s Labour

Despite being routinely undermined by his own party and smeared by almost the entire mainstream media, Corbyn’s Labour won 40% of the vote share in the election. It was the biggest increase in vote share for Labour in any election since 1945:

https://twitter.com/FraserNelson/status/873081902558699520/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thecanary.co%2F2017%2F06%2F11%2Flabour-good-news-corbyn-surge-ballistic%2F

But Labour didn’t just do well in the election; it did well on a rapidly ascending trajectory. And the Conservatives didn’t just do badly; they have descended into all-out chaos.

Before the election campaign started, the British public knew very little about the real Corbyn or the real May. Corbyn had been wilfully misrepresented by the media on a massive scale. May was a new and invisible Prime Minister who largely hid behind platitudes written by others. Now a period of fairer coverage by the broadcast media – thanks to election rules – means people have seen both for what they really are.

Then the results of the election itself showed the wider electorate just what was possible. Corbyn wasn’t ‘unelectable’ after all; people turned out in their millions to vote for him.

Now, members are flocking to Corbyn’s Labour. Voters are flocking to Corbyn’s Labour. And that is fantastic news for everyone who wants to see a progressive Prime Minister in Number 10.

Correction: This article originally stated that 150,000 new members had signed up to the Labour Party, based on comments by Richard Burgon MP. However, the Labour leader’s office has since said it doesn’t recognise this figure (The article was updated accordingly at 10am on 13 June): www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-40251890

However, Corbyn's office sent out an email on 11 June to all members and supporters, referencing a different membership figure. The email said that, 'over 15,000 people have joined Labour since polling day' .

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