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“I think that Caroline Lucas is a huge plus for parliament, a plus for British politics, and I’ve got a huge amount of admiration for her.

“We’re good friends, we work together on lots of things and, indeed, I supported her NHS reinstatement bill

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His first policy announcement after standing was a promise to scrap university tuition fees.

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Corbyn on international students

 “We’re putting up so many visa restrictions on overseas students that we are losing out. I talk to students in Mexico who don’t want to come here because the visa requirements are too stringent.

“I think we just have to recognise that we live in a global economy. We live in an era of global migration, lets be proud of it. I welcome the overseas students here. Some of them want to stay on and contribute to our society as doctors, engineers and whatever else. Is that so bad?”

Corbyn on adult education

“We now have about forty-five percent of school leavers or young people going to university and I think that is something we can be proud of. I think we need to be careful of saying that those who don’t go into university are somehow second-rate.

“We should support a comprehensive approach to adult education and so I do think the government is right in increasing the number of apprenticeships. I’m in favour of vocational education and vocational training but I also think it should be linked to college based education as well.

“All young people deserve to get the student experience and interaction with people doing completely different disciplines, understanding each other. That’s what makes a more cohesive society.”

Corbyn on young people

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 Corbyn on political reform

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Corbyn on being “unelectable”

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  1. Jeremy Cobyn speaks a language I understand he is the only real choice in Labour ledership election the only one who has proven over time that he wont change his popularity for electoral gain a true socialist and a person to trust to stay true to his conviction

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  2. Was he asked what he thinks about the ‘first past the post’ voting system? Hint – Corbyn wants it retained.

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  3. sensible political views from a genuinely likeable,principled man. What’s not to like? As a lifelong Labour supporter and member you have my vote Jeremy,like anti austerity it’s a no brainer.

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  4. Labour people need to think beyond the party and winning elections at any cost. Build a progressive alliance with the Greens, SNP and radical liberals to shut out the tories. All this talk of ‘disaster’ after the election is ridiculous. They only have a majority of 12-thats not a landslide! A few hundred votes here and there in marginals could have wiped that out. 63% of voters didn’t support the tories.
    There is everything to play for in the next election, but it might not be a majority labour government. Labour has to support PR, despite it compromising it’s own chances of a majority. It has to think beyond it’s own narrow party interests, renew trust in politics to change things, bring young people into Parliament and support what they doing outside of parliamentary politics.

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  5. Jeremy Corbyn is a real person. He understands the peoples’ problems. He could turn this country into something magnificent.
    Please don’t let those idiots go on ruining our wonderful country. Killing everything that makes life worth while. Poverty, illness, ignorance, homelessness have no place in our society Cut them out.
    Cut the student fees, preserve the NHS, make more social housing.
    And yes, bring in the Greens. We need them too

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  6. At last we could have a leader who like a breath of fresh air is being truthful and up front. Anyone with any should realise what is important to the people has changed. In the last election the Tory vote over all dropped whereas the Labour vote increased . The tories threw millions of pounds in the fight for the marginal seats. That gave them a very small majority, not the result you would expect for a popular party.
    The fact is the Tories are not popular, with their so called booming economy. It seems very worrying they need to cut 10s of billions in credits and sell 10s of billions of state properties. In a booming economy your would expect the opposite .
    No Jeremy is telling the people what he wants to do, and they like what he is saying. And the TORIES are RUNNING SCARED.

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