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>> Holding back the years.>>
Thinking of the fear I've had so long.>> It's one way to answer your critics. Labour's second in command hoping to strike the right note after Simply Red singer, Mick Hucknall, blasted Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn as a spineless coward, and is not a solo act, with a growing chorus of dissent.
>> Detractors continue to lob one critique in particular at Jeremy Corbyn, that even now Labor voters don't know where his party sits on the EU referendum.>> Well, I'm Reuters reporter in central London, where this is another attempt to show them.>> Corbyn supports staying in the EU as this shiny new poster suggests.
>> Large numbers of part-time workers have the same rights as full-time workers again because of European Law.>> Saying it's the only guarantee of workers' rights in times of a conservative government. But he's been accused of being half-hearted on the issue. And unlike many within his party and representing other political groups, he's refused to share a stage with fellow pro EU campaigner, the British Prime Minister.
>> Would you like to see Jeremy Corbyn share a stage with David Cameron.>> I think it's important that Jeremy campaigns in the way that he wants to. He reaches parts of the electorate that David Cameron would never be able to reach.>> And that's the point for many frustrated remain campaigners.
Labour has a young grass roots base that could swing the EU referendum in their favor. If the party can prove audible to the electorate.