Video suggests anti-Corbyn smears not cutting through as Labour lead polls
A mass gathering of scouts – hardly a typical hotbed of Labour support – blindsided the BBC’s Breakfast programme this morning with a chant of ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’.
As the chant grew louder, the reporter appeared in rather a hurry to end the interview and allow the BBC to get back to business as usual:
With Labour showing a solid lead in the latest polling by Survation, the most accurate pollster in the 2017 general election, the video seems to be further evidence that the anti-Corbyn smear campaign – in which the BBC plays a leading role – is not cutting through.
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