Corbyn has set out a distinctive vision with a sense of moral authority: Oborne
If Jeremy Corbyn ever leaves the Labour Party leadership for some reason, hundreds of thousands – having seen some hope of a better future – will not abandon the quest.
The public evidently craves a finer, morally superior vision for a Britain, in which all have equality of opportunity and security.
As wise observer Peter Oborne writes:
“Corbyn is the only Labour figure to have set out a distinctive vision. His three leadership election rivals (Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall) all parroted Tory policies. No one else since has shown any sense of moral authority”.
Fortunately the general public is increasing aware of machinations peddled by mainstream media and careerist politicians – and despite their best efforts – continue to applaud and support Corbyn.