Jeremy Corbyn won't rule out second Brexit referendum

"There are people in the audience wearing badges of Keir Hardie". He said: "Labour will end this racket and make sure everyone pays their taxes".

Asking corporates, tax dodgers and bankers to be afraid, "be very afraid", if Labour formed the next government, Corbyn said, "It is these rules that have allowed a cosy cartel to rig the system in favour of a few powerful and wealthy individuals and corporations".

A party spokesman said: 'They want to vote for a party they've got confidence in. Our party is vilified.

"But I'll tell you what: We're bigger than we have ever been, we're stronger than we have ever been and we are more determined than we have ever been".

The Conservatives were quick to attack Corbyn.

"However this is the Labour Party; he is the leader of the Labour Party; and members of the Labour Party, Members of Parliament, candidates [and] rank and file members will fight like hell to advance the Labour cause".

Mr. Corbyn said his party would stand up for the majority of people in the country.

She seemed to start to explain how the election was called to nullify the Opposition, but was cut off before she could explain further. "We don't accept that it is natural for Britain to be governed by a ruling elite - the City and the tax-dodgers - and we don't accept that the British people just have to take what they're given", he said.

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Britain's Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to run a campaign for "working people" in an election that pitted "the establishment" against the "people".

Despite a new opinion poll putting Labour as many as 24 points behind the Tories, he insisted the election result was not a "foregone conclusion", declaring: "Things can, and they will, change".

"I will vote Labour in this election and urge people to vote Labour".

In an echo of the Tory campaign in 2015, Theresa May later described the potential deal as a "coalition of chaos".

Corbyn, who voted to leave the EU's predecessor in 1975 but supported "Remain" past year, has been criticised for muddling the party's position on Brexit and failing to effectively challenge May's push for a clean break with the bloc.

Corbyn tepidly backed "remain" after decades of criticizing the bloc for giving too much power to corporations over workers.

"It shows they can't provide the strong and stable leadership Britain needs at this serious moment in our history". We truly are at a crossroads for Britain's future.

May, who took office after the Brexit vote last June, is seeking to capitalise on public support to increase her slim majority of 17 in the 650-seat House of Commons.

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