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Jeremy Corbyn will today promise a revolution, saying a general election triggered by the Brexit crisis would provide change on the scale of 1979.
The Labour leader is set to use a speech to lay out his vision to rebuild Britain and vow to do 'everything necessary' to prevent No Deal, as well as promising a second referendum.
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Speaking ahead of a fact-finding trip to Ghana, he will say a general election could lead to change on a par with 1945 or 1979 – the year Margaret Thatcher was elected.
He will tell the Pen Green Children's Centre in Corby, Northamptonshire that Britain faces even greater problems than crashing out of the EU, and will say that a Labour government would offer a 'real change of direction'.
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Promising to 'do everything necessary to stop a disastrous No Deal,' Mr Corbyn will say: 'A general election triggered by the Tory Brexit crisis will be a crossroads for our country. It will be a once-in-a-generation chance for a real change of direction, potentially on the scale of 1945 or 1979. Things cannot go on as they were before.'
His comments will come ahead of a four-day fact-finding tour of Ghana. He will make the 6,000-mile round trip instead of building cross-party support to thwart No Deal.
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