This music video from Britain is called Jermain Jackman – The Voice 2014 – Ultimate Compilation.
By Luke James in Britain:
Jackman lends his voice to Jeremy
Wednesday 2nd August 2015
The talented 20-year-old became a household name last year as he stormed to victory in the BBC’s flagship TV talent contest The Voice.
The Hackney resident was inspired to join the party after hearing Diane Abbott — his local MP and a Corbyn supporter — speak at his secondary school.
He went on to become youth co-ordinator for Hackney North CLP and is now backing Mr Corbyn for the Labour leadership.
Former Coronation Street favourite Julie Hesmondhalgh, who described Mr Corbyn’s campaign this week as a “a movement of people who give a toss about stuff,” also spoke.
The launch comes two months after Tory Culture Secretary John Whittingdale launched a white paper that included plans to scrap programmes or privatisate production. The Voice was named among popular programmes that could be axed.
But Mr Corbyn vowed that Labour under his leadership would lead the campaign to protect the licence fee as the best means of supporting diverse programmes.
The pledge was part of his “comprehensive national plan for the publicly funded arts, culture and heritage sector.”
Mr Corbyn has included plans to increase support for the arts as the economy recovers and introducing industry pay standards to stop performers and arts professionals being ripped off.
And the establishment of a living wage national creative apprenticeship service is among proposals to end the elite’s dominance of the arts.
Mr Corbyn said: “A successful economy and a healthy, creative, open and vibrant democratic society depend on a flourishing creative sector.
“If elected Labour leader, I pledge to work alongside the creative industries to support, develop, and collectively achieve a culturally rich, more prosperous future for our country.”
CHUKA UMUNNA broke ranks with fellow Blairites yesterday by calling on colleagues to rally around the new Labour leader — even if it turns out to be Jeremy Corbyn. The shadow business secretary is backing Liz Kendall in the contest, who has said she would refuse to serve in Mr Corbyn’s shadow cabinet: here.