Jeremy Corbyn

01.06.2017

What Corbyn’s debate victory tells us about bias in the British media

What Corbyn’s debate victory tells us about bias in the British media

Des Freedman 30 May 2017 for openDemocracy What are the lessons to be learned from Corbyn’s performance on Monday night? [TV debate with all the leaders of the main Political Parties participating in the June 8th elections, except the Conservatives as Theresa… »

28.05.2017

We must be brave enough to admit the war on terror simply not working

We must be brave enough to admit the war on terror simply not working

by Jeremy Corbyn for Common Dreams Amid sorrow of Manchester bombing, UK Labour Party leader explains why actively building peace is requisite for ending such horrific and inexcusable carnage in the future Our whole nation has been united in shock and grief this week as… »

21.05.2017

Britain would have been safer with Corbyn in charge

Britain would have been safer with Corbyn in charge

David Morrison 18 May 2017 for openDemocracyUK Jeremy Corbyn consistently voted against wars of choice that Britain could have refrained from taking part in, now regarded as strategic failures, promoting, not reducing, international terrorism. In a tirade against Jeremy Corbyn in The Sun on 26… »

17.05.2017

Britain: Labour platform would tax the rich, expand social programs

Britain: Labour platform would tax the rich, expand social programs

In Britain, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday rolled out his party’s manifesto ahead of a general election set for next month. The platform proposes raising taxes on corporations and the wealthiest 5 percent of earners. The revenue would go toward improving universal healthcare; an end to public university… »

11.05.2017

What do Jeremy Corbyn and Richard III have in common? Both are victims of bad press

What do Jeremy Corbyn and Richard III have in common? Both are victims of bad press

Nobody should be surprised by many Labour supporters saying they are disillusioned with Jeremy Corbyn MP, the Labour leader that has led to his party becoming the largest in UK history. We hear the new trends of “post truth” and “fake news” as if they have been invented today, but… »

21.03.2017

Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on March 29th

Theresa May will trigger Article 50 on March 29th

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced her government will trigger Article 50  – the Lisbon Treaty article that sets in motion the secession of a member state of the European Union – on March 29th , formally starting Brexit negotiations. The European Union and the United Kingdom will… »

04.03.2017

Thousands march in London to defend the National Health Service

Thousands march in London to defend the National Health Service

250,000 people have marched in London today to protest against further funding cuts to health service and social care and the potential privatization of the NHS, threatened by £20 billion of cuts required by the government by 2020. It was one of the biggest rallies in history to save the… »

30.01.2017

Jeremy Corbyn for refugees and against Trump’s visit to the UK

Jeremy Corbyn for refugees and against Trump’s visit to the UK

“My first act as Labour leader was to speak in support of refugees” Jeremy Corbyn declares in his Facebook page. “I will never turn my back on another human in need. Never. Donald Trump should not be welcomed to Britain while he abuses our shared values with his shameful… »

08.12.2016

Jeremy Corbyn: Labour will fight against the rise of the populist right

Jeremy Corbyn: Labour will fight against the rise of the populist right

This weekend I went to Prague to meet with other socialist and progressive leaders from across Europe to discuss how, together, we will combat the rise of the populist right. The populist right are political parasites feeding on people’s concerns and worsening conditions, blaming the most vulnerable for society’s ills… »

19.11.2016

Corbyn condemns ‘fake anti-elitism’ of Trump and Farage

Corbyn condemns ‘fake anti-elitism’ of Trump and Farage

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has censured US President-elect Donald Trump and Nigel Farage, the interim leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), for adopting “fake anti-elitism.” In a speech to Labour’s policy forum on Saturday, Corbyn denounced Trump and Farage as “rich white men” who were engaged in “farcical” tactics… »

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