"We are not alone," the leader of Britain's Labour Party told the crowd in a mass demonstration in central London Saturday "There are many people around the world who have wanted a non-nuclear future for their country and their planet".
Despite being ignored by the mainstream media, the Jeremy Corbyn for Prime Minister touring show is bringing together like-minded people who support progressive politics.
The power will reportedly be included in the British government's new surveillance bill, to be published next week.
Although his feet have barely touched the ground, the Labour Party's new leader, a man of principle, is already reinvigorating British politics.
Joseph Cannataci, recently appointed as the first U.N. digital privacy chief, has called British oversight a "bad joke" and says the world needs a "Geneva Convention" for the Internet to safeguard personal data.
Under new laws, U.K. teachers are expected to act as the "eyes and ears of the state."