A mass march of young people engaged in a ‘climate strike’ in Brighton have brought the town centre to a halt to raise awareness of the vital issue of climate change – and made it clear who is their political hero
A large march by young people in Brighton suggests that the media’s constant smears and attacks on Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn are proving ineffective in reducing the overwhelming support he enjoys among younger voters.
A video posted to Twitter by writer Callum Cant shows a lively march loudly singing the ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ chant made famous during the 2017 general election campaign:
A ringtone featuring the very first instance of the chant can be downloaded for free here and the Stormzy Glastonbury version here.
Just as in pre-general election 2017, the media onslaught against Corbyn now is continuous. And as in post-general election 2017, the enthusiasm of these young people suggests the media have not learned many lessons.
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