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20 April 2017, 10:13 | Todd Saunders
The Labour leader said he wants to lead a government to "transform this country", ending austerity and tackling inequality.
British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn insisted on Thursday that he could still win a snap June election despite dire poll ratings, pitching himself as an anti-establishment candidate fighting for change.
He made the comments during a trip to Estonia to announce the official launch of one of Britain's largest deployments of troops to eastern Europe - a mission that Mr Corbyn opposes, saying the 800-strong battle group is helping to escalate tensions with Russian Federation.
It comes after shadow chancellor John McDonnell on Wednesday said the Government should "put the deal to Parliament and possibly to the country overall" and Mr Corbyn dodged a question on the issue in his first keynote speech of the campaign.
He pointed to a number of the party's specific policies on raising the minimum wage, free school meals for children, pumping more into the education and health systems, and ensuring that corporations paid their full share of tax.
But he appeared to dodge the question, replying: "The European Union negotiations are going on and we set out our (red) lines on the negotiation".
Conservative Party Chairman Patrick McLoughlin MP responded: "This is yet more evidence of chaos from Jeremy Corbyn and Labour".
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The Scot was also booed when midfielder Wahbi Khazri, not selected in the starting lineup since October, scored in the first half. Before the cheers of joy at the Stadium of Light , there were jeers at manager Moyes who was the subject of "Moyes out" chants.
"Much of the media and the establishment are saying this election is a forgone conclusion....they think there are rules of politics..." We can't win, they say, because we don't play their game.
Labour will publish a full manifesto ahead of the vote, but senior figures within the party are divided on whether or not to offer voters a second Brexit vote on the final terms agreed with the EU, The Times reports.
According to the latest poll by YouGov, conducted after the announcement of the snap election, 48 per cent would vote in favour of the Conservatives, against 24 per cent for Labour and 12 per cent for the Liberal Democrats.
Theresa May has made clear that she will not take part in television debates to defend her record as prime minister or decisions over Brexit.
In a sign of the discontent within the Labour ranks, Tom Blenkinsop immediately said he would not stand for re-election.
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