Jeremy Corbyn isn't a remarkable speaker by the standards of modern politicians. What's different, though, is that it contains statements of principle and actual policies - something his rivals in the leadership contest don't appear to be capable of providing.
+Colin Watson Corbyn didn't cover up anything. Four social workers arrived at his office and he talked with them for a few hours. He enquired to the council who ran the place and whose job it was to investigate. It was a Labour run council. They 'investigated', but the council was a huge part of the cover-up. They employed known pedophiles and hushed up everything. It would be unfair to blame Corbyn when the independent commission and council reported back that nothing happened.
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