Not quite sure how that changes anything plus a good bit is down to Momentum and some other similar minded individuals/entities that back Corbyn - and some of what has gone on with them to promote theirs ends is quite dubious at best. This is part of the problem IMO people are voting too much based on short term measures - wanting good public services is all well and good but needs to also come with a good and workable approach to balancing the health of the country as a whole or in the long run it won't be sustainable to maintain a good level of public services. Which plays into another point I was going to make - if you break down any of Jeremy Corbyn's speeches there is a whole lot of talk about these issues to appeal to people downtrodden by Tory party policies and a lot about reversing or blocking many measures put into play by the Tories which have had an impact on people such as tax credit cuts, etc. but those measures weren't put into place purely due to Tory ideology alone and simply reversing them often isn't sustainable without also dealing with the reasons why they were floated in the first place - something along with any other detail on real solutions that is completely missing from his speeches. Obviously there is a limit how far you can go into something like that in a speech and a certain amount comes back to the Labour manifesto but it should be something people are thinking about in more depth rather than simply swung by the fact there is some talk about addressing these problems - which ultimately is just cheap talk but people are easily pulled in by it because it is what they want to hear.