Jeremy Corbyn: Changing Perspectives

Heavy Metal Politics

Over the last 12 months, Jeremy has ridden a political earthquake.

What started as a pipe-dream has become the biggest movement in politics.

Storming the leadership election with 60% of the vote, tripling Party membership and winning all available spots on the National Executive Committee; Corbyn’s movement has surpassed all expectations.

However, there are serious challenges ahead.

The Labour Party continues to undermine Party members and supporters, Owen Smith is gaining ground on undecided voters and Tom Watson is preparing to resign, triggering a new Deputy Leadership contest.

The scale of the task cannot be underestimated – but neither can we.

Whilst the scale of Labour’s actions has surprised many of us; it pales in comparison to our own.

The resilience shown by Jeremy and his supporters has been as unprecedented as the attacks themselves.

Rallies, protests and social media have become weapons of the new political class: Everybody.

While Owen Smith has…

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