Jeremy Corbyn's message of thanks to his supporters

Jeremy Corbyn’s message of thanks to his supporters

He ran an outstanding general election campaign and kept his Parliamentary seat in Islington North – and now you can read Jeremy Corbyn’s message of thanks to his supporters.

He won 24,120 votes, with closest rival Praful Nargund – the private health profiteer who was Labour’s candidate – netting 16,873. This was a major achievement because Labour is believed to have invested a huge amount of effort into campaigning to unseat Mr Corbyn:

Here’s part of his acceptance speech:

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On July 5, Mr Corbyn released this statement:

Last night, our community made history.

This election was never about me. It has always been about our community and the values we share. And it’s about our undying belief that there is an alternative to inequality, poverty and war.

The result in Islington North gives us a glimpse of a different future, which puts the interests of the many ahead of those of the few.

It is also a warning – a warning to the incoming government that dissent cannot be crushed without consequences. That ideas of equality, justice and peace are eternal. That hope for a better world can never be extinguished.

Now, we celebrate. Tomorrow, we organise. The energy we have unleashed will not go to waste. We are a movement made up of all ages, backgrounds and faiths. A movement which can win with and for people all over the country.

Thank you to everybody who built this campaign, making it the most inclusive I have ever been a part of.

Thank you to every single person who exercised their democratic right to vote.

It has been the honour of my life to represent you, the people of Islington North. I will continue to learn from you, be accountable to you, and draw inspiration from you.

The future we speak of is no pipedream; our community is proof that a kinder, fairer world is possible.

This Writer is delighted with the result and the message because I published many articles publicising Mr Corbyn’s campaign, which I considered to be outstandingly-organised and executed.

He and his team arranged attention-grabbing events and well-organised canvassing sessions that were also – and this was crucial, in my opinion – well-publicised.

This Writer was part of that, so I’m happy to claim that I had a part in Mr Corbyn’s victory – and I look forward to a continuing role helping him hold Keir Starmer’s Labour government to account.

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One Comment

  1. Tony July 6, 2024 at 3:07 pm - Reply

    It was fun watching Mandelson talk about this on television.

    I donated to 5 candidates but Corbyn was the only winner.

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