Now seal deal, Jezza
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.