Jeremy Corbyn: Labour now well placed to win general election

04.05.2018 - Pressenza London

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Jeremy Corbyn: Labour now well placed to win general election
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In his Facebook page Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, has published a statement on the local election results.

Labour achieved a solid set of results in the local elections. We have consolidated and built on the advances we made at last year’s General Election, when we won the largest increase in Labour’s share of the vote since 1945.

In these elections we have won seats across England in places we have never held before. We won Plymouth from the Tories, who lost control of Trafford, their flagship northern council. And Labour has won even more council seats than at our high watermark of 2014.

Last year Labour showed the difference we can make in a full national campaign. This year our members and supporters campaigned in impressive numbers. And their energy, talent and enthusiasm will continue to take Labour’s message of real change to communities across the whole country.

In a sign of how worried they are about Labour’s advance, the Tories talked up our chances to unrealistic levels, especially in London. The results show they’re right to be worried – we came within a whisker of winning Wandsworth for the first time in over 40 years.

The Labour Party is now well placed to fight and win the next General Election – and form a government that will work for the many, not the few.


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