JEREMY CORBYN - ELECTED LABOUR LEADER

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iain wrote:
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iain wrote:So, the new Shadow Chancellor was happy to say..

"It's about time we started honouring those people involved in the armed struggle.

"It was the bombs and bullets and sacrifice made by the likes of Bobby Sands that brought Britain to the negotiating table.

"The peace we have now is due to the action of the IRA...

"The deaths of innocent civilians in IRA attacks is a real tragedy, but it was as a result of British occupation in Ireland.

"Because of the bravery of the IRA and people like Bobby Sands we now have a peace process."


What a cunt.
What's the source? When was he alleged to have said this?
Well, there's one link to it for you, from the Guardian
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/200 ... devolution
Thanks. Blimey. I'm all for Labour returning to their socialist roots, but this doesn't sit well at all. Doesn't help perceptions of Corbyn at all.
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kincajou wrote:
Stevie.T-'up north' wrote:For fuck's sake, this is all we need!
This is exactly what we need!
Regret saying this yet mate? That's Corbyn and his far left shadow cabinet for ya!
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Shame his pop career never really took off!Image
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And I wonder if his deputy will still be able to get away to Benidorm on a regular basis now he's been promoted?ImageImage


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I hate Labour. Kinda thought Corbyn looked ok weeks ago when he came on the scene, but then saw and read what he's into, policies etc and he went straight into the bin. Yep, Labour are shit.
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Stevie.T-'up north' wrote:
kincajou wrote:
Stevie.T-'up north' wrote:For fuck's sake, this is all we need!
This is exactly what we need!
Regret saying this yet mate? That's Corbyn and his far left shadow cabinet for ya!
Not yet! The shadow cabinet isn't far left, it's a welcome change back to the average 'left' given Labour's huge 'we're tories really' lurch to the right in the 90s under Blair. It's refreshing to see that you can distinguish between the parties now. policies, not personalities. How long it'll last, I'm not sure though!
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kincajou wrote:Not yet! The shadow cabinet isn't far left, it's a welcome change back to the average 'left' given Labour's huge 'we're tories really' lurch to the right in the 90s under Blair. It's refreshing to see that you can distinguish between the parties now. policies, not personalities. How long it'll last, I'm not sure though!
OK, maybe not ALL members of his cabinet but certainly the core - Corbyn and McDonnell alone are enough to see that, which is why many of the 'moderates' are refusing to be led by him.
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Nice to see all the odious Blairite noses out of joint.
Yeah you Mandelson, Burnham, Kendall, Cooper and the rest of the war mad bankster lovers.

Better out of power and cutting out the spin than represented by those weasels.
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He refused to sing God save the queen yesterday. Obviously not a fan of the Sex Pistols then!
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jason wrote:He refused to sing God save the queen yesterday. Obviously not a fan of the Sex Pistols then!
It's all over the media today. Is that really the best they've got?

'Man refused to sing song'.

I also do not sing the National Anthem. I will stand in respectful silence but I can't sing a song about 'God' or 'Queen' because I'm an atheist and a republican. It's my personal choice and ought to be everyone's.

A number of serving R.A.F. officers have posted that they preferred him standing in respectful silence than jostling for camera exposure like some other politicians did at the event.

I just think that calling him out on his political beliefs and policies is perfectly acceptable and is to be expected but this is just an example of how our 'news' services have become extensions of tabloid journalism.
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im sure this man would take off his shoes and follow every other ritual if he entered a musilm mosque and has just proved to me that he hates his own countrys heritage.im no royalist but this man should never be allowed to run our country. i for one will not go back to labour with this man in charge . ukip will still get my vote.
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His first outing at PMQs was thoroughly lame, like some third rate radio talk show host asking questions.

Good question from NIgel Dodds calling out that vile scumbag who has been appointed Shadow Chancellor.
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