Fans in the city for tomorrow’s Champions League final take action
Liverpool fans flooding into Madrid for tomorrow’s Champions League final took action when they saw that a square in Madrid was named after former Tory PM Margaret Thatcher – renaming it after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and obscuring Thatcher’s name:
Thatcher is despised in Liverpool, while Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is revered for his clear stance against Tory policies that have devastated many towns and cities in the north and elsewhere.
An image captured of Corbyn’s visit to Liverpool during the 2017 general election became famous as a symbol the strength of the resurgent Labour movement under Corbyn’s leadership that ultimately destroyed Theresa May’s parliamentary majority and sees Labour positioned for government in spite of ceaseless attacks:
The city does not have a single Tory or LibDem MP.
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