Jeremy Corbyn’s speech at the TUC New Deal rally

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He said all the right things – didn’t he?

Let’s have your opinions.

The sound on the following video is really good until around 10 minutes in – then it drops out, but can still be heard (just about). See how you get on with it.

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8 thoughts on “Jeremy Corbyn’s speech at the TUC New Deal rally

  1. Jenny

    What do you mean- “didn’t he”? Yes he said all the right things – are you damning him with faint praise?

  2. Richard Rogers

    A few hundred people protest about Labour antisemitism, and the media are all over it, thousands protest about the destruction of workers’ rights and……silence.

  3. trev

    I wish they’d have come up with a different title, ‘New Deal’ brings back some bad memories!

  4. Carol Fraser

    The antisemitism thing is a blind. The same applies to Ken Livingstone who spoke the truth about the Nazis and Israel. Whilst MSM harp on about this, the real issues are being forced through or ignored. eg Grammar Schools. However, I do like a lot of what JC says but I do not understand how he is going to do this in an impoverished UK. eg the lost Gallileo project worth £200 million down the toilet. That’s just one! Perhaps you could enlighten us.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      There is plenty of money in the UK if you know where to look. The 1% aren’t in any kind of poverty!

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