The ‘Brexit’ Trials: Crisis of Authority: Faces of the English Revolution: PART 7

PART VII

EDUCATION

The thinking system or schema in the what they now call the ‘hard Brexiteers’ or the reactionaries; the truly conservative people, they didn’t want their children going to school and being contaminated by an international education system.

But Jeremy Corbyn was desperate, to have educated people, for his administration, for his services.

Even children who do not speak English at home, are sent to school.

In order to push forward his agenda for modern ideas, Jeremy Corbyn needed to win over these ‘hard Brexiteers’, which he did, by supporting re-nationalisation and tradition.

He is a very good diplomat, he tried to keep the tradition of the British people and the tradition of the monarchy too.

Perhaps the most crucial factor that helped him to unify the country, and have everyone support his modern ideas, was Jeremy Corbyn, earnt the support of the loyalty of both, ‘Remainers’ and ‘Brexiteers’.

through this NHS.

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Please see also, ‘Politics Weekly: The ‘Brexit’ Trials: Crisis of Authority: Faces of the English Revolution: PART 6’ available on:

https://jennifercmbutler90.com/2019/06/15/politics-weekly-the-brexit-trials-crisis-of-authority-faces-of-the-english-revolution-jeremy-corbyn-2/

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