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And it warned: 'No economic liberal, Mr Corbyn does not much value personal freedom either.'An avowed human-rights campaigner, he has embraced left-wing tyrants such as Hugo Chávez and Fidel Castro (a ''champion of social justice''), who locked up opponents and muzzled the press.'Mr Corbyn has spent a career claiming to stand for the oppressed while backing oppressors.' The Economist said Mrs May would be a better choice for No 10 but criticised her plan to pull Britain out of the EU single market as part of Brexit.It said Theresa May was in a 'different class' to Mr Corbyn - but warned she had been 'found out' on the campaign trail.The magazine, which opposed Brexit, urged its readers to vote Liberal Democrat in the knowledge the Tories would form the next Government.It slammed her 'footloose' language criticising the 'citizens of nowhere' and said she was wrong to want dramatically lower immigration.The magazine said: 'Though she is in a different class from Mr Corbyn, there are also doubts about her leadership.'She wanted the election campaign to establish her as a ''strong and stable'' prime minister.