Former Labour leader still inspires young people
When clubs re-opened in Liverpool last week in a government trial as part of the lifting of lockdown, it’s unlikely the Tories expected to hear hundreds of young people singing ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’. But that’s exactly what happened.
As the iconic White Stripes tune ‘Seven Nation Army’ was played in a huge tent set up in Sefton park to act as a temporary venue, the crowd of around 5,000 mostly young people spontaneously began the famous Corbyn chant:
The footage provoked a strong reaction in Corbyn’s son Tommy, who tweeted:
The footage has emerged just as the latest Survation polling in historic Labour stronghold Hartlepool suggests Keir Starmer’s personal popularity has fallen below that of the Labour party and a country mile behind that of murderous Tory PM Boris Johnson.
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