Labour’s last general election 2017 campaign video – and the best?

Jeremy Corbyn at a campaign event in Runcorn on Tuesday [Image: Peter Byrne/PA].

This may be the best campaign video Labour produced this year – because at it’s heart, it isn’t about politics.

It’s about what a great campaign Labour has run.

The party has focused on the people of the United Kingdom.

On their despair if we get another Conservative government on Friday.

On their hope for a Labour government instead.

And on the optimism presented by Jeremy Corbyn and his party manifesto, “For the many, not the few” – possibly one of the best political manifestos ever produced in this country.

At the end of the race, it’s a short – less than two minutes – “thank you” to the good people of this great country.

Thanks for taking part.

Thanks for embracing Labour’s message.

Thanks for making it such a brilliant campaign.

Here it is:

Now all you have to do is:

Vote Labour – and make sure everybody you know does the same.

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6 thoughts on “Labour’s last general election 2017 campaign video – and the best?

  1. loobitzh

    A Big Thank You Mike for all your relentless hard work during this election campaign.

    Now we wait and see!!!

  2. squashydog

    Wonderful words Mike, have a well deserved pint or vino … and accept one small thank you from a very hopeful Labour member …. then gird our loins for the count tomorrow night ….. has been an inspiring journey with Vox and the advent of Jeremy Corbyn… May we all have many more. Good luck, fingers crossed x

  3. NMac

    The opinion polls do not make good reading today. We must hope that they are wrong. If not I despair for the future of this country and the future for my dear grandchildren.

  4. hugosmum70

    well last night i was faced with a friend with questions no one im guessing can answer unless they are in the group responsible. after facing her with the figures/and where the money is to come from for each issue stated, i got the following question.
    Who costed these. ? who checked the figures? how do WE know they will work and how long will it take to implement ALL those in the list. she wants God as PM not a politician or any other human being. how do we know he will do EVERYTHING ON THE LIST( TOLD HER IF HE DOES SOME OF THEM ITLL BE MORE THAN TERESA MAY HAS DONE AND WILL RELIEVE PRESSURE ON THOSE AFFECTED BY AUSTERITY. SHE,ALONG WITH ME, WAS A NURSE AND LATER A BENEFITS ADVICE WORKER IN AN UNEMPLOYEED WORKERS CENTRE WE HAVE BEEN FRIENDS FOR AROUND 26/27 YRS, HOW CAN SOMEONE WHO UNTIL RECENTLY DID THESE JOBS(SHE WENT BACK TO NURSING A FEW YEARS AGO AND WAS EVEN UNION REP AT HER HOSPITAL then). with all that experience of the sick, disabled, unemployed, workers rights etc how can she even contemplate voting anything but labour. my regard for her and her attitude is fast going downhill. .i have no answers anymore for her

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