UK LABOUR leadership front runner Jeremy Corbyn will visit Aberdeen tomorrow.
The leadership race has entered the final month before members decide whether they want Jeremy Corbyn, Yvette Cooper, Andy Burnham or Liz Kendall to be the new leader.
Mr Corbyn will visit Aberdeen for a rally followed by a question and answer session.
He said: “This campaign is about spreading a message of hope – an anti-austerity, public investment for prosperity movement is under way.”
Unite’s North-east regional officer Tommy Campbell welcomed Mr Corbyn’s visit.
He said: “It’s fantastic news Jeremy Corbyn is visiting Aberdeen.”
Mr Corbyn now has the support of more than half of those with a vote in the Labour leadership contest, a new opinion poll suggests.
The rally will be held at ACT Aberdeen, 33 King Street, tomorrow from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.