The image above may be the most iconic of any general election: The Labour leader speaking with a rainbow in the background – sunshine after the storm.

And, in the last stages of campaigning, the people of the UK have been responding to his message with a strength not seen in decades.

Listen as the crowd responds to Jeremy Corbyn’s rallying call yesterday:

Watch the response to comic actor Steve Coogan, speaking yesterday evening:

See how these marginal voters have swung – overwhelmingly – towards Jeremy Corbyn and Labour in a BBC Newsnight segment:

Watch Tory candidate Kris Hopkins give up and sit down after hearing the response to his question, “Do you want Jeremy Corbyn to be your prime minister?” at a hustings in Keighley, West Yorkshire, where he is defending his Parliamentary seat:


We do want Jeremy Corbyn to be our prime minister.

And, by the weekend – if we all vote Labour – our wish will be granted.

For the sake of political balance, I should add a little about what Theresa May and the Conservative Party have been doing.

She has been working on a plan to scrap all your human rights, if she somehow manages to stay in government.

What are we to make of that?

Well, it seems she wants us all to vote Labour as well.

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