Jeremy Corbyn sets out election pitch and targets another upset

Labour leader says he aims to tackle inequality and give young people hope

Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to pull off another general election upset and recover from poor polling to deny Boris Johnson a return to Downing Street, as he effectively kicked off Labour’s campaign with a so-called alternative Queen’s speech setting out key policies.

Speaking to party activists in Northampton, where both parliamentary seats are held by Conservative MPs with tiny majorities over Labour – Corbyn reeled off a list of plans in areas including Brexit, inequality, education, the NHS, housing, crime and the climate emergency.

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