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The Press V Jeremy Corbyn: a guide to selective quoting

by | 1st, September 2015

Jeremy Corbyn offers something different to Labour voters. He offers them socialism. The Press don’t like him. His quotes of old have been mangled into neat headlines.

 

HEADLINE : “Tony Blair must face trial for war crimes over ‘illegal’ Iraq invasion, says Jeremy Corbyn”

 

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Quote in Full:

Pressed on whether Mr Blair should be charged with war crimes, he said: “If he’s committed a war crime, yes. Everyone who’s committed a war crime should be.”

 

HEADLINE : “Jeremy Corbyn to ‘bring back Clause IV'”

 

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Quote In Full:

“I think we should talk about what the objectives of the party are, whether that’s restoring the Clause Four as it was originally written or it’s a different one, but I think we shouldn’t shy away from public participation, public investment in industry and public control of the railways.

“I’m interested in the idea that we have a more inclusive, clearer set of objectives. I would want us to have a set of objectives which does include public ownership of some necessary things such as rail.”

 

HEADLINE : “Corbyn’s bid to turn Britain Into Zimbabwe”

 

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Quote In Full:

“The ‘rebalancing’ I have talked about here today means rebalancing away from finance towards the high-growth, sustainable sectors of the future. How do we do this? One option would be for the Bank of England to be given a new mandate to upgrade our economy to invest in new large scale housing, energy, transport and digital projects: Quantitative easing for people instead of banks. Richard Murphy has been one of many economists making that case.”

 

HEADLINE : “Watch Out! Corbyn targets every organisation in Britain as he vows to cut ludicrous salaries” (now changed)

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