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Corbyn addresses activists at Labour conference fringe event

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Corbyn addresses activists at Labour conference fringe event

Corbyn addresses activists at Labour conference fringe event

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has outlined some of his party's core beliefs on climate change, austerity and public ownership at an activists' rally on the fringes of the Labour conference in Brighton.

Mr Corbyn spoke at the launch of The World Transformed, an annual festival held as part of the conference.


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