Far be it from me –

Why I am voting for Jeremy Corbyn

on August 3, 2015

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Since Ed Miliband decided to step down as Labour leader, the debate on who should be the next Labour leader has been a fiercely fought out contest.  The contenders are Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall and Jeremy Corbyn.  These are just 4 good reasons to vote for Jeremy:

  1. He wants to scrap tuition fees and Trident.
  2. He still believes in socialism.
  3. He is at least trying to open up a dialogue with Hamas and Hezbollah
  4. He values the NHS and people.

IMG_0101A good reason to vote for Jeremy is he plans to scrap tuition fees and Trident.  Many students face huge tuition fees and now the maintenance grant faces the axe. Students will still be able to apply and get a loan, which they will have to find a way of paying back. Jeremy wants to reverse this if it goes through claiming that students have the right to…

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