Even opponents have hailed Corbyn’s conference speech – full of hope and groundbreaking policies
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn delivered a brought-forward speech at Labour’s annual conference in Brighton today that even habitual critics in the media have hailed as his greatest ever.
To continual cheers and standing ovations, Corbyn spoke of hope and vision, announced groundbreaking new policies for the NHS, workers, the environment and economy and much more – Labour now offers a package of over two hundred exciting policies to the nation – and found time to take down the unlawful Boris Johnson.
And he appeared more relaxed, confident and Downing-Street-ready than ever, as he prepared to return to Parliament to lead the efforts to sort out the Tories’ chaos and lawlessness.
Below is his landmark speech in full, so Labour members, supporters and others can access it easily and indefinitely:
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