Cornwall 'is in my sight' says Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn speaking to ITV News in Cornwall today. Credit: ITV News

When asked by ITV News why he did not visit Cornwall during the election campaign, Jeremy Corbyn said he 'travelled as far as [he] possibly could' during the campaign.

Speaking to a reporter today, Thursday 10 August, the leader of the Labour Party went on to say Cornwall faces issues of poverty, low pay and housing shortages and that investments in railway services and broadband are needed to improve the region's economy.

Watch the interview below: