I'm staying no matter what, says Corbyn

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 10, 2017

The news will raise fresh questions about the Labour Party's lack of respect for British values, following Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to sing the national anthem at the Battle of Britain Service in 2015.

What I would say is that is about the party as a whole, the policies we're putting forward as a whole, and the individual messenger is the person who's doing their best to put those policies forward.

The Daily Express and Financial Times lead with Mrs May's promise to cut migration to less than 100,000 a year, while the i reports that she is preparing for talks with France's newly-elected President Emmanuel Macron regarding the United Kingdom border in Calais.

Corbyn was interviewed while campaigning in Leamington Spa, a bellwether seat which the party has no real prospect of winning.

A senior Labour source reiterated Mr Corbyn's point after BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg asked him at least five times if the United Kingdom would leave "come hell or high water" and whatever the outcome of the negotiations. "Our Westminster (political) system is broken and our economy is rigged".

Chris Iggo from AXA Investment Managers believes that the result of the election will have a significant bearing on the outcome of the Brexit deal, and as a result, financial markets. These skills are likely to be important to voters because they know they are not just voting for a party but (indirectly) for a Prime Minister to negotiate the UK's exit from the EU. "That issue has been settled", he will say.

With the polls suggesting the Conservatives are on course for a commanding victory, Mr Corbyn has been blamed by many Labour MPs for making the party unelectable.

"Don't wake on up on 9 June to see celebrations from the tax cheats, the press barons, the greedy bankers, Philip Green, the Southern Rail directors and crooked financiers that take our wealth, who have got away with it because the party they own, the Conservative Party, has won". "We have four weeks to win and transform Britain for the many not the few".

The actress, who spoke of her "deeply-held socialist beliefs", told the party's General Election campaign launch: "From tomorrow, we have 30 days. We have four weeks to have a chance to take our wealth back".

"We can transform Britain into a country that - instead of being run for the rich - is a one where everyone can lead richer lives".

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