All inputs to this inquiry are welcome. It's actually intended seriously because these are serious times with weighty matters at stake, however farcical Corbyn's operation may be (operating as it does, I am reliably informed, on two men and a non-house-trained dog) right now.
Anyhow, getting to our first question yesterday the Inde named some names. Clowns, mostly, and what a bunch.
"There is a fantastic range of talented people who will perform or speak for Jeremy, including Charlotte Church, Michael Rosen, Brian Eno, Ken Loach, Billy Bragg, Mark Steel, Jeremy Hardy, Francesca Martinez, Mark Serwotka, Shappi Khorsandi, Arthur Smith, Patrick Monahan, Janey Godley and many more. Some big names have said they are happy to perform but they are booked up for the dates we have already planned. So there are even more surprises to come."Can't wait. Charlotte Church, eh? Your guesses in the comments, please, as to which celebs will surprise us by joining the Corbyn Conga ...
**I particularly like this sample from the #iamMomentum thread on their website:
"I come from a coal mining family who, by the time Thatcher came in, had won half decent wages, better working conditions, for a life outside of work and decent, secure housing. Privatisation in some instances has eroded all this. In many industries the job you thought was secure, no longer even offers you the kind of guarantee that lets you be sure about how much money you will make that week... For the first time in a long time, the Labour Party has a leadership who offer a real opposition to the Tories and is anti-austerity and anti-war policies..."Oh, the scripting, the craft of it! (and what a nice-looking lass she is, too). How many hours in committee does it take to insert those nuanced words - in some instances ? What are they carefully hedging there ?? Which privatisations do they actually applaud, or don't wish to offend? Gah, these bloody unemployed graduates ...