Corbyn said Labour was under attack because it was standing up to political and economic elites [Image: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images].

Think I’m wrong? Think again.

Jeremy Corbyn’s Tuesday started with the Labour Party’s campaign launch in Manchester, where the pitch was set by a passionate speech from Ian Lavery:

When Mr Corbyn took the stage, introduced by Broadchurch actor Julie Hesmondhalgh, it was to give one of his best speeches yet:

And he made his opinion of Theresa May, her government and her promises perfectly clear:

But stage-managed media events aren’t what Mr Corbyn enjoys best. He is a man of the people, and it is to the people he went – to provide inspiration and receive pledges of support. See:

And how about this – accompanying a busker singing (appropriately) Stand By Me:

It doesn’t matter how you measure it – personality, policy or relations with the public – Jeremy Corbyn and Labour are trouncing Theresa May’s miserable Tories up and down the country.

Labour is the only realistic choice for a better future on June 8.

Don’t let the ridiculous Tory-owned media tell you otherwise.

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