Will Corbyn Take £30,000 of Trident Cash?

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The photo above shows BAE Systems, the main Trident contractor, advertising at Labour Party conference in Brighton last year. “We are agile in responding to change” they told Corbynistas in a conciliatory approach. Traditionally BAE advertise with Labour every year, paying £30,000 for a stand in the exhibition room. A Labour spokesman says they do not comment on commercial issues. Corbyn won’t take money from McDonald’s, will he line Labour’s coffers with cash from the firm responsible for maintaining our nuclear deterrent?




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