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1 October 2016

Word of the week: Jeremania

By Julia Rampen

In the week where Labour held its party conference and Momentum ran its festival, The World Transformed, the word of the week is:

Jeremania

A devotion to Jeremy Corbyn that transcends uncomfortable youth hostel bunks, early morning fringe meetings and queuing in the rain.

Origin:

Heard at conference.

Usage: 

“Why are all these young folks coming in Liverpool? It’s Jeremania.”

“I think after his speech re reached peak Jeremania.”

“Is Owen Smith not feeling the Jeremania.”

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