Corbyn makes election trip to Cardiff
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Corbyn urges Cardiff voters to join him on 'election journey'

Jeremy Corbyn has visited the constituency of Cardiff North on his first general election event in Wales since the poll was declared.

Labour is hoping to recapture the marginal seat from the Conservatives after losing it in 2010.

The Labour leader urged voters to join him on a journey of "hope and excitement" in the general election.

But Welsh Tory leader Andrew RT Davies claimed the Welsh Labour team would be "gritting its teeth" during the visit.

Appearing alongside first minister Carwyn Jones on Whitchurch Common, Mr Corbyn said all the Tories offered was "fear and misery".

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