The outcome of the election, and the vital winning of a Corbyn government, will be decided by whether in the final two and a half weeks of the campaign Labour can win over those who deserted it for the Lib Dems in the Euro elections.
The Labour Party launched its manifesto on 21 November, setting out a comprehensive series of policy commitments that would improve the majority of people’s lives. This is in stark contrast to real alternatives that voters face from the other political parties standing in this UK general election.
The election plans laid out by the two major parties mean that it is crystal clear only Labour has policies to address the current crises – the combined crises of the climate catastrophe as well as the stagnation of the economy and living standards.
On 5 November Jeremy Corbyn delivered a speech on Brexit in Harlow as a key part of launching Labour’s election campaign. The following is the entire speech – leaving out only a few courtesy introductory remarks.
The party on which Johnson is relying to deliver Brexit and austerity is not the Tories. It is the LibDems.
Jeremy Corbyn’s speech that launched Labour’s general election campaign.