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Some of Young's friends were a part of the "Hiram Clarke Boys," a local street gang; many of those friends died as a result of their activities.
As a junior, he won the Davey O'Brien Award, awarded annually to the best college quarterback in the nation.
He also made the all-state team in football and in track.
Liberal Democrat grandee Sir Vince Cable has endorsed tactical voting against the Tories to help Labour get MPs elected in an endorsement of the 'coalition of chaos'.
At a campaign meeting last week Sir Vince admitted backing the Lib Dem candidate - or even for the arranging the party to not stand in some places - would help tackle the Tories.
Asked while out campaigning in Worcester if he was influenced by the ideas of Marx, Mr Corbyn said: 'All great economists influence all of our thinking.'Yes, I have read some of Adam Smith, I have read some of Karl Marx, I have looked at the words of Ricardo, I have looked at many, many others.'I don't consider myself the world's greatest intellectual but you learnt from everybody, don't close your mind to the thoughts of others - that way, we're all better informed.'Theresa May has confirmed the Conservatives will keep their pledge to get net migration down to the tens of thousands - quashing speculation it may be ditched.
The promise, first made by David Cameron, will be included in the party's General Election manifesto despite the party never getting anywhere near it.
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We would all pay the price.'Only a vote for Theresa May and her team can prevent this chaos and deliver the strong and stable leadership for Brexit and beyond.'Zac Goldsmith, the defeated London mayor contender who is fighting to reclaim his Richmond seat for the Tories, added: 'As usual with the Lib Dems, what they say publicly is completely at odds with what they say and do in private.'Having publicly said they wouldn't do a deal with Jeremy Corbyn, it's now clear they are actually plotting to help him succeed.' Jeremy Corbyn has hailed Karl Marx as a 'great economist' who has influenced the world.