This video from Britain says about itself:
Owen Jones meets Jeremy Corbyn again | ‘I am very optimistic’ – full length interview
29 July 2016
He has been met by an undeniably hostile media, facing the full gamut from the misleading to the outright lies but he has also been accused of running a shambolic media campaign, which focuses too much on his own social media bubble. And to cap it all, he’s faced a coup by rebellious MPs and now is being forced to run again for the leadership.
Despite all that, he tells me he’s very optimistic about his, the Labour party’s and the country’s future and believes he could win a general election if Theresa May were to call one.
By Zoe Streatfield in Britain:
Young Labour backs Corbyn
Saturday 6th August 2016
YOUNG Labour swung behind Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to be re-elected as Labour leader with an overwhelming majority at the national committee’s meeting on Thursday night.
Mr Corbyn won the backing of youth wing’s national committee with 15 votes for and 8 against.
Young Labour’s chairwoman, primary school teacher Caroline Hill, said she supported Mr Corbyn “because he is the only Labour leader in my lifetime who has a serious plan to fight for young people.”
She added “a national education service will give everyone the chance to get the education they need, massive investment in jobs and social housing, and radical reform of workplace rights so that we can stop the scandal of exploitation and precarious work.”
North West representative Leigh Drennan told the Star that “the overwhelming majority of young members in the North West support Mr Corbyn” and that he was “proud” to cast his vote for him.
Mr Corbyn was also given a resounding show of support from South-West Norfolk Labour Party members who voted by 90 per cent to nominate him to become the party’s leader.
Secretary of SW Norfolk CLP Philip Wagstaff said: “We are stating very strongly and clearly our belief that he is the right person to lead the Labour Party towards the next general election.”
He said Mr Corbyn had shown great leadership in motivating “an unprecedented number of people to join the Labour Party, both here in South-West Norfolk and across the country.”
A spokesman for the Jeremy for Labour campaign said: “Corbyn’s 10 pledges to rebuild and transform Britain resonate with a generation facing a future of precarious work, student debts.”
The Labour Party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) saw its attempt to prevent 130,000 members voting in the upcoming leadership election overturned by a high court judge Monday. The NEC declared that it will “appeal this ruling in order to defend the NEC’s right, as Labour’s governing body, to uphold the rule book, including the use of freeze dates”: here.