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Jeremy Corbyn has made a personal plea to members for extra funds as he seeks to beat a well-funded Conservative party in a general election.

In an email sent to up to half a million members, the Labour leader asked them to provide donations to fight a Tory campaign bolstered by wealthy, individual donors. He wrote:


The Tories already have a war chest provided by a small group of multimillionaires and, with just 50 days until this election, whatever you can afford will help. We will hire organisers across the country, order print and advertising and kickstart our digital campaigns.

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