THE LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn visited Thurrock on Sunday afternoon.
Accompanied by Thurrock Labour councillors and a large number of activists, Mr Corbyn spoke on a number of issues including the state of the economy, Foodbanks, debt, education and Brexit.
Mr Corbyn made reference to the manifesto as a “seriously thought out and costed document”.
Her also poured scorn on the prime minister Boris Johnson’s election pledge to “Get Brexit Done” saying ‘It will take several years to get a free trade agreement with the USA> He knows it.”
Thurrock’s Labour candidate John Kent was unable to attend due to a prior family engagement.
I went canvassing in Thurrock today and this chap popped by to lend a hand. This brilliant speech won’t be on the news so share away Twitter comrades. Thank you @jeremycorbyn ✊🏼 pic.twitter.com/4tGEPZkyEz
— Seá nOrr (@SeanOrr69) November 24, 2019