Corbyn talks of ‘politics of hope’ offered by party
Labour leader Jeremby Corbyn has visited Peterborough again, this time to congratulate the party’s newest MP following last night’s spectacular by-election victory with an increased majority – in spite of the lower turnout than in 2017.
Corbyn paid tribute to Ms Forbes and the ‘fantastic Labour team’ of hundreds of campaigners on their ‘incredible victory’ and talked of the ‘politics of hope’ Labour offers to undo the damage done by nine years of Tory government – before telling the Tories to get on with giving the country a meaningful choice. ‘We are ready for a general election at any time’, Corbyn said, ‘bring it on’:
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