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LABOUR has taken a 10-point lead over the Tories as the party’s leadership continues to lay out its vision for a socialist Britain.
A ComRes poll published last week showed Labour on 33 per cent and the Conservatives lagging far behind on 23 per cent.
Jeremy Corbyn appears energised by the scale of street protests against the government, welcoming the actions taken by youth climate strikers and Extinction Rebellion.
The Labour leader said these grassroots groups showed that “there is hope for our planet” and sent “a clear message that the government needs to do much more to tackle the climate emergency.”
Mr Corbyn, a keen cyclist, tweeted yesterday that “Labour's plans for a green industrial revolution will not only tackle climate change but create thousands of new green jobs across our country, make homes more sustainable, giving people cheaper housing bills, and expand public transport.”
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