Now seal deal, Jezza

Daily Mirror - - NEWS -

THE con­fi­dence of Jeremy Cor­byn is in­fec­tious and Labour’s en­thu­si­asm is at the other end of the po­lit­i­cal spectrum to Theresa May and her squab­bling Con­ser­va­tives.

It is bold to pitch Labour as the new main­stream, a party in touch with what peo­ple want, and a Gov­ern­ment-in-wait­ing.

Mr Cor­byn sees him­self as the next Prime Min­is­ter – but knows there is much more to be done to win the next elec­tion, when­ever that comes.

It is as­ton­ish­ing how he has re­laxed into the role of leader since he found his voice part way through the last elec­tion cam­paign and we wel­come, in par­tic­u­lar, his pledge yes­ter­day to Change the Law for Life on or­gan do­na­tions, an is­sue close to the heart of the Daily Mir­ror.

Labour’s re­vival­ist con­fer­ence, with huge num­bers of young men and women at­tend­ing for the first time, was up­beat and largely united in Brighton.

What he needs now is a plan to seal the deal with the elec­torate.

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