Jeremy Corbyn took time out from his campaign to pay visit to sick MP

Jeremy Corbyn took time out from his campaign to pay visit to sick MP
 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn took time out from campaigning to save his leadership to visit an MP fighting a serious illness.
Blyth Valley MP Ronnie Campbell is receiving chemotherapy after being diagnosed with stomach cancer.
And he has revealed that Mr Corbyn visited him in his constituency office during this year’s leadership contest. Mr Corbyn, who went on to defeat rival candidate Owen Smith, had been holding an election event in South Shields.
Mr Campbell said: "He came to see us. He drove through to my office and popped in to see how I was.
“We had a cup of coffee. Then he went... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 45
Source: Sunday Sun
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