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U.K. Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn Shocks Critics With a Rousing Speech Against the Establishment (Video)

By Natasha Hakimi

“They do not want us to win,” Corbyn says, kicking off his 2017 election campaign. “Because when we win it is the people, not the powerful, who win.”

Posted on Apr 20, 2017 WATCH & LISTEN
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Jeremy Corbyn Points Out Shaky Math Behind Claims of ‘Trotskyite Infiltration’ Into Labour Party


After Britain’s deputy Labour leader, Tom Watson, told media that the extreme left is attempting a takeover of the party, his boss called him out on his “nonsense.” Meanwhile, several U.K. academics are demanding a meeting with the BBC to discuss its alleged bias against Corbyn.

Posted on Aug 14, 2016 READ MORE

Noam Chomsky and Over 100 Intellectuals Denounce ‘Savage’ Media Treatment of Britain’s Jeremy Corbyn


“We do not expect journalists to give any elected leader an easy ride,” they wrote in a letter published by The Guardian, “but Corbyn has been treated from the start as a problem to be solved rather than as a politician to be taken seriously.”

Posted on Jul 10, 2016 READ MORE

The Real Reason Labour Elites and Commentators Hate Jeremy Corbyn and the Movement Behind Him


American anthropologist David Graeber digs beneath the superficial justifications for the Labour Party’s failed “chicken coup,” as it’s now being called, to understand the true reasons why members of Parliament and political commentators want Corbyn out.

Posted on Jul 5, 2016 READ MORE

Study Finds British Press ‘Systematically Undermined’ Progressive Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn


In an analysis of nearly 500 articles on the recently elected U.K. Labour Party head, the Media Reform Coalition found that the majority of the pieces printed were “ ‘negative,’ meaning they were openly hostile or expressed animosity or ridicule.”

Posted on Nov 29, 2015 READ MORE

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