JEREMY Corbyn was first thrown into the election spotlight 30 years ago – by the TORIES.
Margaret Thatcher used the then rookie MP in a huge poster blitz to show how Labor had swung to the left.
It was the centerpiece of the 1987 advertising campaign imagined by Saatchi and Saatchi.
It portrays six far-left members of the Labor Party – including Corbyn’s allies Diane Abbott and Ken Livingstone – with the caption: “So this is the new moderate Labor Party with no militants”.
A photo of young Mr Corbyn was printed above a quote from him saying: “The defeat of the Conservative government will be sparked by a series of disputes, of which parliament is only one part.”
Conservative MP Stewart Jackson said, “These three have spent their lives trying to hit people with tax hikes, overspending and nuclear disarmament.
“Now they have a chance to put this into practice, backed by the Lib Dems and the SNP in a coalition of chaos.
“It’s scary. The only way to stop it is to vote for Theresa May’s team.