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We can only hope

I'm not sure what to write here today. Most people reading this will probably have already voted, or at least know who they are going to vote for, so it's pointless to try to persuade anyone. You guys know what I would say anyway. We can only hope that, come tomorrow morning, Jeremy Corbyn will be entering Ten Downing Street as our new prime minister.

Admittedly, that hope seems faint; the poor man never had much of a chance with the mainstream press almost universally ganging up to demonise him. He is something rare in politics: a good, caring man, motivated by compassion rather than greed, but that seems too revolutionary a concept for some to tolerate. Well, at least we can count on Corbyn not to jeopardise the future of the country internationally in order to try to settle an internal party schism.

Yet as faint as it is, that hope still exists - a glimmer of bright light amid the gloom that this good, honourable man will be this country's next leader. Only time will tell whether it will have a chance to shine, and whether the Tories will be booted out for all the suffering they have caused. We can only stand back and wait until tomorrow morning, hoping we don't get five more years of tory cuts, greed and misrule.


[Edited 08/06/2017 at 11:54:37 - added a bit]
[Edited 08/06/2017 at 16:26:18 - added a bit]

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