LETTERS: Corbyn is breath of fresh air - but immigration policy will be unpopular

Jeremy Corbyn takes to the stage after he was announced as the Labour Party's new leader at a special conference at the QEII Centre in London.
Jeremy Corbyn takes to the stage after he was announced as the Labour Party's new leader at a special conference at the QEII Centre in London.
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A breath of fresh air?

At last a Labour politician speaking with honesty and conviction who’s prepared to reach out to all working people including the self-employed.

The two things that may cost him votes from the masses is the idea we must take more immigrants and stay in the EU.

Most of his other ideas are sound.

As for the Labour MPs who ignored his speech and kept away, they should resign their seats.

I would suggest they are ‘Tories in disguise’ and would not look out of place in ‘Posh’ Dave’s team.

Good luck to Jeremy Corbyn, he’ll need it, especially when the establishment continue digging even deeper in the hope they can stigmatise him, unlike keeping quiet on ‘Posh’ Dave’s recent shenanigans.

I personally will still vote with UKIP in saying NO to the EU.

Terry Palmer

South Lea Avenue, Hoyland, Barnsley, S74