Jeremy Corbyn: What has been the impact of the anti-war movement over the past 14 years?
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Jeremy Corbyn, the newly-elected leader of the Labour Party, has been centrally involved in Stop the War Coalition since its founding in 2001. He stood down as its national chair, a position he held for four years, on 19 September 2015.
He is interviewed here by Lindsey German, also one of the founding members of Stop the War, who has been its national convenor through most of its history.
Jeremy explains to Lindsey what he sees as the significance of Stop the War and its impact over the past 14 years.