Word of the week: Jeremania

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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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Julia Rampen is the digital night editor at the Liverpool Echo, and the former digital news editor of the New Statesman. She has also been deputy editor at Mirror Money Online and worked as a financial journalist for several trade magazines. 

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