Despite very short notice, hundreds of supporters came to Leamington yesterday to listen to Jeremy Corbyn, filling the area outside the Town Hall, with the crowd spilling into the road forcing police to direct traffic around people standing on The Parade.
He talked about the increasing privatisation of the NHS, outlining a vision that would reverse the marketization of health, integrate social care and improve staff morale to build a high quality, public and universal NHS, free at the point of delivery.
On education, he stressed that there is no greater responsibility than ensuring that children get the education that they deserve. Failing to invest in people wastes their potential and the economy underperforms.
Finally, he reminded the audience that he started out at 200/1 to be leader of the Labour Party - there is hope...