Corbyn Defied Media Rules by Linking UK Wars to Terrorism

29 June 2017 — FAIR

When a terrorist killed 22 at a May 22 concert filled with young people in England’s Manchester, most journalists—especially US ones—assumed it would help the struggling Conservative Party and its standard-bearer, Prime Minister Theresa May, win the snap election she had called for June 8, just 17 days ahead.

NYT: Manchester Bombing Shifts Political Narrative as U.K. Election Looms

The New York Times (5/24/17) thought the Manchester bombing would let Teresa May “reassert herself as Britain’s reassuring grown-up, a trusted pair of hands on security issues — especially in contrast with her main rival, the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.”

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NOT ONE DAY MORE – #ToriesOut National Demonstration, London 1 July 2017

29 June 2017 — People’s Assembly

Only two more days till we take our protest and party to the streets of central London. Major artists will perform along side leading campaigners and politicians.

NOT ONE DAY MORE – #ToriesOut National Demonstration 
Sat 1 July – Assemble 12pm, BBC Broadcasting House, London, W1A 1AA
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