Jeremy Corbyn visits National Mining Museum

Thursday November 14th 2019


Written by Midlothian View Reporter, Luke Jackson

Jeremy Corbyn visited the National Mining Museum in Newtongrange today to speak with supporters and give his endorsement of Scottish Labour candidate for Midlothian, Danielle Rowley.

Mr Corbyn, who arrived on the #RealChange campaign bus, spoke to a packed audience and revealed how impressed he was with Ms Rowley, 29, who was Labour’s youngest MP.

Ms Rowley was promoted to Shadow Minister for Climate Justice and Green Jobs by Jeremy Corbyn in June of this year.

Danielle Rowley said:

“I am proud to be from a mining area, and from a mining family. Today it was a privilege to welcome Jeremy Corbyn to the National Mining Museum in Newtongrange.”

“Together we met with local people and talked about Labour’s plans for real change. I want to honour our local heritage and invest in our future – creating good skilled jobs here in Midlothian to help rebuild our communities.”

“A Labour Government will invest £70 billion in Scotland: making our homes warmer, creating green energy, supporting local services and small businesses, and creating thousands of green jobs.”

“Vote Labour on Thursday 12th December for real change in Midlothian.”

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