Speaking in the late evening to the people of Blackburn, Tommy Robinson's campaign speech focused on the difficulty of spreading the news of what it's really like to be working class in England.
In his speech, he talks about the importance of hearing directly from the people of towns and estates like Luton and Blackburn. He recalled a time he helped a researcher speak with the working class about their lives, only to see the researcher cry after hearing these first person reports about gang violence and what's been happening to their daughters.
The study was never published.
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