The Labor Party today launched its Electoral Fighting Bus in Cumbria in hopes of reversing the Conservatives' trend in polls.
The head of the Union of Trade Unions admitted his support to northern cities and the perceived impunity of Jeremy Corbyn is the Achilles' heel of the Labor Party.
Ian Lavery said that Cumbrian supporters should not overly insinuate that it was not Jeremy Corbyn who was traveling to the region and denied that the party was changing its strategy in Brexit-friendly areas.
When asked what side Brexit worked on, Ian Lavery replied that the party had a "simple message" but that "this is not the main topic people are talking about, and people are talking about everything else. something that Brexit. "
For the Labor Party, putting power back into the hands of the people means organizing a second referendum on Brexit.
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Carlisle, Copeland and Workington today. Things can and will change. pic.twitter.com/UYooPYaaU4
– Ian Lavery (@IanLaveryMP) December 3, 2019
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