LONDON - British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn declared the war to the elite on Thursday. The upcoming parliamentary elections will be conducted according to the foreman of the Left Labor Party for the struggle between the establishment and the people. 'And it is our historic duty to ensure that the people overcome,' said Corbyn in London against his followers.
Corbyn has less than two months to work out his significant backlog. The next elections were initially scheduled for 2020, but the British House of Commons gave green light on Wednesday to let the people go to the polls on 8 June.
The Labor Leader seemed to choose an activist course on Thursday. He did not agree to accept that it is normal for the political elite, banks and 'tax evaders' to pull in his country. He also referred to the economic crisis: 'How do they dare to crash the economy with their greed and recklessness, then punishing people who are not affected?'