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[Note the above footage is from one month ago today's footage will be added at the end of the report once it is available online]
Opinion: Thursday Jeremy Corbyn was speaking in London as part of Labour's campaign to stay in the EU.
For voters who have only watched carefully selected negative news clips of Mr Corbyn speaking I hope they tuned in today.
Jeremy showed why more and more people support him and why the right-wing of all political parties including Labour opt to undermine him.
He has consistently refused to share an in or out EU referendum platform with David Cameron and rightly so.
Sadiq Khan and David Cameron stood side by side earlier this week with a desperate Cameron giving the camera a thumbs up and stressing Sadiq is the son of a bus driver but it was cringeworthily.
Similar images of former Labour leader Neil Kinnock, former lib dem leader paddy Ashdown and Cameron were equally sickening.
David Cameron will shamelessly use any person to further his aims but then drop them like a hot potato once he has fulfilled his aims.
Those saying Khan was right to campaign cross party forget that he is sitting pretty post the London Mayor election while for Mr Corbyn and his supporters it is still all to play for.
Tonight Cameron is appearing on mainstream TV to make his case for the UK staying in the EU but it is a different case to Mr Corbyn's.
The Tory BRemain and BRexit campaigns are based on fear, greed and maintaining the status quo. Fat-cats will be supported either way unless we secure a change of government.
So Thursday Mr Corbyn laid out his vision of a reformed EU:
BBC News key points are:
While the Telegraph key points included:
If you are thinking that the Labour party has not made its case for remaining in the UK clear think again.
Corbyn has spoken with people across the EU such as Francois Hollande, France, and Alexis Tsipras, Greece, before stating his well-thought out opinion.
It is not a self-serving opinion but it does in part rely on a change of UK government.
Doubts about how much reform the EU will accept remain but it must change or die.
The gravy train must be derailed.
Labour's better in the EU campaign has been ongoing for months but the msm prefer to concentrate on David Cameron and Boris Johnson and their sidekicks.
Blame them if you rely on getting your news from those sources.
But there is a wealth of information out there easily found with little effort.
This morning's post speech question and answer session was still underway when mainstream TV news channels BBC24 and Sky News cut to their political analysts.
First question went to a Sky News reporter and second to the BBCs Laura Kuenssberg who added a touch of pantomime. To be fair it was not Laura's fault but the reaction of the audience who hissed as her name was mentioned but quietened at Corbyn's request.
The Tory mouthpiece Guido Fawkes opted for "the crowd booed and hissed" but it was a steady hiss.
Once those two questions were answered coverage ended.
[All leading players are now in overdrive with reports that the campaign for the UK to leave the EU is gaining ground]
Live: EU referendum: Jeremy Corbyn smiles as Labour supporters boo BBC's Laura Kuenssberg
Thursday afternoon Labour members received the following email from team Corbyn and the Labour in campaign:
Today I spoke about why we established the Labour IN campaign. We have a distinct agenda — a vision to make Britain better and fairer for everyone, by engaging with our neighbours in Europe. I wanted to share this message with you, and I hope you'll vote to Remain on 23 June.
The above clip is from RT as BBC on youtube simply offers footage of Laura Kuennsberg's post speech question. The RT clip is brief and will be replaced when lengthier footage is located.
Yorkshire woman Eileen Kersey is the creator, editor of, and writer at, NEW TEKJournalismUK world news and its associated websites; she has finally come out of the 'writing closet'.
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