The Trouble with Corbyn
22nd August 2017
Jeremy Corbyn has said he will be “campaigning for real change” as he prepares to take his tour of constituencies across Scotland. Of the 64 seats Labour needs to win to secure a parliamentary majority, 18 – are in Scotland. Mr Corbyn is pledging to cross the country from “Govan to Stornoway” later this week as he holds a series of campaign events speaking to voters in key target seats.
But what does “real change” look like in Scotland?
Phantom Power films spoke to Alan Bissett on the difficulties with supporting Corbyn in a Scottish context, the contradictions on Ireland, Brexit and Trident …
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