On Monday evening, Jeremy Corbyn spoke to a gathering of CWU (Communication Workers’s Union) activists in Brighton – and received the now-usual raucous welcome.
Corbyn talked of upturning expectations and the Establishment, of the important of creative digital communications in spreading the message of hope, of his pride at Labour’s links to over three million union affiliates, of Labour’s innate internationalism – and the justice and common sense of nationalisation of key industries:
The attraction of Corbyn’s hopeful, positive, radical message shows no sign of lessening – in fact, its pull only grows as the government flounders and drags the nation ever deeper into a bleak dystopia.
And as the Labour party continues to transform itself into a fit vehicle for that message, the cracks in the Establishment edifice grow wider every day.
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