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.
And he took a few jabs at the unrelenting hostility he has raced from some in British’s rambunctious tabloid press, pointing out that one paper had gone so far as to say Corbyn was welcoming the possibility that mankind would be wiped out by an approaching asteroid.
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.
The Labour MP for Hull West and Hessle said Mr Corbyn also w ants Britain to stay in the European Union “no matter what” emerges from the Prime Minister’s negotiations. Sources close to the shadow foreign secretary, who is one of Labour’s leading...
“And we will pay for it not on the backs of the poor and the most vulnerable but from a fairer taxation system which lifts the burden away from middle and low-income earners and from collecting the tax lost every year to corporate tax dodgers”.