Guardian - Live Reporting: Reports the following in its 12.41pm post, " Labour supporters will love it. The speech was almost entirely focused on domestic issues (he did not mention defence or foreign policy, which are the areas where he had serious policy differences with mainstream Labour MPs) and it was a speech around which the party can unite. It will be seen as one intended to shore up the “core vote”, probably with a view not just to what happens on 8 June, but to what happens afterwards. "
Lets Get Real:
The last few weeks of the Labour Campaign will be about the CORE vote out, trying to get old Labour voters to keep with the Party. The Corbyn Campaign team understand that they are going to lose, its by how much and can the save THE LEADERSHIP of Jeremy Corbyn. On June 9th those at the centre and right of the Labour Party will be after the political scalp of Corbyn, if he loses by more than Ed Miliband then he is toast, the Labour Party could be out of power for another decade. Expect the BBC News/Guardian to soft peddle Labour and go after the Conservatives. The Conservative Party has to ACT as if it is ten points behind, it must get out the vote on June 8th, the security of the UK is at stake.