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>> If I lose, I won't quit. Jeremy Corbyn vowing to carry on leading Britain's opposition Labour Party.>> Thank you, thank you.>> Even if things don't go his way at June's general election. This declaration coming at the launch of his labor campaign battle bus driven by an aggressive speech threatening law makers with a so called reckoning for their greed.
>> We are standing up to the elite who are determined to hijack Brexet and pay even less tax. And take even more of the wealth that we all create.>> Corbin has pledged higher taxes on the wealthy and a crackdown on corporation giants since he took control of Labour in 2015.
He's attracted overwhelming grassroots support but has struggled to unite a fragmented party behind his vision.>>
Early election polls paint a bleak picture for Labour. Prime Minister Theresa May's conservatives on course for a 20% lead the biggest on record for a British election, according to pollster's ICM.
Corbyn says he wants a jobs first Brexit that safeguards Britain's vital industries. But that message is likely to be drowned out at the negotiating table if Theresa May does get her projected landslide next month.