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The Tories Have Already Released A Jeremy Corbyn Attack Video

It features black-and-white images of Corbyn looking angry to a sinister soundtrack.

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The Conservatives have already released an attack video on Jeremy Corbyn, just two days after the left-wing MP was elected leader of the Labour party.

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youtube.com / Via Conservative Party

It promises "the facts" about Corbyn – who won the Labour leadership by a landslide on Saturday – then goes on to list quotes from him on Osama bin Laden, Hamas, and "dismantling the armed forces".

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To make it especially sinister, eerie music plays in the background while an angry Corbyn explains why the UK doesn't need a big army.

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After images of Bin Laden and ISIS fighters, it concludes on these four points:

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The video is unlikely to sway Corbyn supporters, who, throughout his campaign, shared articles like this one from Private Eye to show their scepticism of headlines about the left-wing MP.

Private Eye / Via Twitter: @adamrgporter

But the aim of the video is to tell the general public that Labour as a whole, not just Corbyn, is "a threat to Britain's security".

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This is a message you can expect to hear again and again as Conservatives try to brand Corbyn as a threat right from the start of his leadership.

Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.

Contact Jamie Ross at jamie.ross@buzzfeed.com.

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