Jeremy Corbyn will deliver his first major speech since storming to victory in Labour's leadership election when he addresses the party's annual conference in Brighton on 29 September. The left-winger is expected to call for a "kinder politics" and outline his vision for grassroots led Labour Party.
"It was a vote for change in the way we do politics, in the Labour Party and the country," the 66-year-old will say, according to the Press Association. "Kinder, more inclusive. Bottom up, not top down. In every community and workplace, not just at Westminster."
The comments will come after Corbyn won almost 60% of the vote on the back of a left-wing surge in support to beat Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper, and Liz Kendall in the leadership election.
The leader is also expected to stress his "love" for the UK after he was criticised for not singing God Save the Queen during a Battle of Britain commemoration ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral on 15 September.
"It's because I am driven by these British majority values, because I love this country, that I want to rid it of injustice, to make it fairer, more decent, more equal," Corbyn will argue. The address will also follow John McDonnell's speech to the Labour conference on 28 September.
'An economic threat'
Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell warned big businesses that his party would "aggressively" balance the books if they gained power at the 2020 election. "We will force people like Starbucks, Vodafone, Amazon, and Google and all the others to pay their fair share of taxes," the left-winger declared.
Meanwhile, the Conservatives have launched an American-style attack advertisement ahead of Corbyn's speech. The short YouTube video claims Labour are a "serious threat to Britain's economic security" and uses audio extracts from speeches and interviews Corbyn and McDonnell have given.
"Labour cannot stand up for Britain because their policies are a threat to our national security, our economic security and your family's security," a Conservative spokesperson said.
"They would weaken our defences, and damage our economy by borrowing more, putting up taxes and driving up the cost of living by printing money. Only the Conservatives will continue to deliver stability, security and opportunity for working people."
Where to watch Corbyn's speech
The Labour leader is expected to start his major speech at 2.15pm. The address will be aired by numerous broadcasters, including BBC Parliament, BBC 2's Daily Politics Show and Sky News, as well as being streamed on the Labour Party's website. You can also follow @IBTUKPolitics on Twitter for live updates and make sure to keep an eye on IBTimes.co.uk for the full story.
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