Corbyn’s Christmas gratitude to volunteers who help the homeless

Jeremy Corbyn [Image: Harry Borden for The Guardian].

Jeremy Corbyn has praised “those amazing volunteers who give their time to help others” in his Christmas message.

Referring to the people in the UK who help people living on the streets, who may otherwise have to tackle loneliness and despair, he added: “It’s the goodwill and generosity of volunteers, public service workers and charity workers who give tirelessly to help others. They remind us of Christmas values — love for your neighbour, working together, and hope — hope that things can be different.”

Apparently Theresa May has also recorded a Christmas message. Gosh.

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6 thoughts on “Corbyn’s Christmas gratitude to volunteers who help the homeless

  1. joanna

    Yuk I don’t want to see her’s!!!
    Merry Christmas to you and Mrs Mike!
    I hope You have a New Year filled with hopes come true!
    Best wishes Mike

    Jo

  2. Barry Davies

    If the government didn’t spend a fortune on preventing needy people getting help we could actually reduce the need for charities looking out for people in this country.

    1. Florence

      Even when we have a labour gift and the material needs of the poor and ill are met we will still need to extend the hand of friendship and fellowship to others. Happy Xmas to all especially Mr & Mrs Mike and our brothers and sisters everywhere.

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