My guest Chris Hedges has asked ‘Where is our Jeremy Corbyn?’ to which many may reply, ‘We’ve got Bernie Sanders!’ Joining me to explain why he thinks Bernie Sanders is no Jeremy Corbyn is Chris Hedges himself.
Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn used his first conference speech – a nationally televised event Tuesday – to try to soften his image as a radical left-winger who will dash the party’s electoral hopes by bringing back discredited policies from the past.
The Scottish National Party challenged Mr Corbyn to use his visit to end what it termed “the chaos and confusion” over Labour’s policy on replacing the Trident nuclear weapons system, based at Faslane on the Clyde.
John McDonnell, who was one of new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s first appointments, will set out today in a speech to the Labour party conference in Brighton how some of the country’s financial institutions are not “fit for purpose”.
But Mr Corbyn is passionate against nuclear weapons, and rallies during his summer leadership campaign were packed with anti-nuclear activists who hope he will scrap the missiles if he becomes Prime Minister.
Tonight we kick off a brand new season of Survivor 2015 and I have to say, I’m kind of excited to see how this season goes with the return of 20 castaways from past seasons. Fans were re-introduced Wednesday to the 20 veteran castaways who will try.
But she came under fire from Ms Abbott, a supporter of Mr Corbyn and the new Shadow Secretary of State for global Development, who said she was being “sanctimonious” and told her “you’re not the only feminist in the PLP (Parliamentary Labour Party)”.