Labour leader and John McDonnell will both make way for homeless people
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told ITV that if elected as Prime Minister next week, he will give up the luxury weekend home that comes with the office – to homeless people:
“It can’t be right that we’ve got 150 billionaires and we’ve still got people sleeping on the streets.”
The media, however, chose to focus on Corbyn saying that – like the vast majority of the country – he doesn’t watch the Queen’s speech on Christmas Day:
The country has the opportunity for real change next week – and a Prime Minister who is totally unlike the power-hungry, self-obsessed and callous current incumbent.
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