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I've always liked her singing voice.

https://youtu.be/fqlD7m5_a4s
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Ms Black is one of the guests on a new Red Wedge esq tour orgainised to support Jeremy Corbyn. Mark Steel, Arthur Smith and Billy Bragg and various others are involved
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Harry wrote:
Ms Black is one of the guests on a new Red Wedge esq tour orgainised to support Jeremy Corbyn. Mark Steel, Arthur Smith and Billy Bragg and various others are involved



Billy Bragg described the Labour parliamentary party of living in a "Westminster bubble" with no concept for the popular support amongst the party as a whole for Corbyn. It's ironic really - when you think of politicians cut off from any form of reality or everyday life you (or at least I) imagine vile, smug bastard, Daily Hate-Mail reading Tories. A form of champagne socialism is clearly still in existence.
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"We know Labour has an electoral mountain to climb. We failed to convince voters last May that we offered a genuine alternative, and our support fragmented in all parts of the country.
But if we focus everything on the needs and aspirations of middle- and lower-income voters, and if we demonstrate we can develop a viable alternative to the government’s insecure and credit-fuelled economy, I’m convinced we can build a coalition of electoral support that can beat the Tories in four years’ time.
The real middle Britain – of insecure self-employment, rip-off private pensions, unaffordable housing, mounting tuition fee debt and crisis-ridden social care – is crying out for a Labour government committed to fundamental reform. Millions in self-employment are as exploited as those in work, with fewer benefits.
My election as Labour leader represented a deep-seated desire for change and for a new direction in our politics. It’s hardly surprising if some find that shift difficult to adjust to. But we will maintain a broad-based leadership, with space for a wide range of views and all the talents."
- Jeremy Corbyn in the Observer - ‘Reshuffle? Focus on Tory failings in health, housing and education instead’:
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