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Throughout the General Election campaign Labour went from strength to strength and the ill-conceived Conservative manifesto was rejected by the British public. Since the election Corbyn has continued to grow in stature whilst May could not have become less popular. Corbyn has shown a clear understanding of what is wrong with our country and a clear and credible vision of how to fix it. He, and Labour, have become a government-in-waiting. The mood on the Tory benches is low and for good reason. The number of people willing to back an out-of-touch and unpopular, Theresa May as weakened, she clings to power has rapidly dwindled.

Corbyn points to May's ineffectual leadership and asks her to make way for Labour.

Throughout the General Election campaign Labour went from strength to strength and the ill-conceived Conservative manifesto was rejected by the British public. Since the election Corbyn has continued to grow...

This general election will define our times, a Brexit for the few is coming. Money saved will be handed out as tax cuts to the super-rich and their corporations. New trade deals with the US and elsewhere will drive down our working conditions, and environmental and food standards.  The lives of the rich will not suffer. Over 2.4 million young people are missing from the UK’s electoral register. Barely 40 per cent of 18 to 24-year olds turn out to vote. The Conservatives are more than happy with this state of affairs. Apathy and resignation will secure them seats on election day. 

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This general election will define our times, a Brexit for the few is coming. Money saved will be handed out as tax cuts to the super-rich and their corporations. New...

The Tories have been targeting the poorest students most with cuts and fee increases in line with their brutal economic agenda. A recent poll showed 44 per cent of 18-24 year olds intend to vote Labour compared to 21 per cent who would vote Conservative. There is only one way we can influence who gets hit hardest over the next five years and that is ensuring young people vote.We know 18-24 year olds are the age group least likely to vote on polling day but most likely to vote Labour if they do.

 

These statistics allow politicians to ignore young people. They will slash budgets for students and young workers whilst increasing funds for the over-65s in wealthy areas. This is because over-65s are more likely to vote (and vote Tory) on election day.

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The Tories have been targeting the poorest students most with cuts and fee increases in line with their brutal economic agenda. A recent poll showed 44 per cent of 18-24...

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