Labour leader appears chilled and confident ahead of televised head-to-head
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn looked relaxed and ready ahead of tonight’s first televised debate in which Corbyn will present policies, substance and humanity against Boris Johnson’s bumble and bluster.
Corbyn found time to come out and chat to supporters who had gathered outside the studio in Salford to cheer him on and to give his Tory opponent a hard time over Johnson’s plans to sell off the NHS to US corporate interests:
Labour has gained on the Tories in the latest polling, but the Establishment media will of course be doing everything they can to present a skewed interpretation of the debate.
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