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Corbyn for Caretaker PM or Caretaker??

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Scruffy *** has changed direction yet again.

In - out - shake it all about!    Eurosceptic to fan of the EU to trying to get an extension and ultimately stay within the fold.

Does this man decide his policy by looking at the direction of the wind?

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Another stupid idea from a very stupid man.

This latest stunt smacks of desperation,what a chump.

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Yes totally agree with the above !!

He says Labour can be the caretaker government while people can decide their future !!! It's already been decided !! He is such a ****!!

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Just now, sam triple said:

please stop over qualifying him

:lol:

No doubt TandyTommo will be along soon to tell us that Comrade Corbyn is the saviour of the western World!

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1 minute ago, sam triple said:

please stop over qualifying him

😂 Yes sorry about that 😂

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Corbyn has not got the intellect or the energy to be PM. That would mean having to get up in the morning and actually work. Two things he has never had to do in his whole life. I genuinely can't see him starting now

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This smacks of a coup! The UK electorate voted the Tories into Government into power in a general election.....Corbin is asking parliament to back him replacing the democratically elected government with a parliament appointed one!

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14 minutes ago, henry d said:

No worse than the present incumbent

I am not talking about Johnson or Corbin......we have a government democratically elected by the people of the UK,  he and other MP's are talking about replacing this with a Westminster appointed alternative!

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2 hours ago, norfolk dumpling said:

Answers on a postcard friends!

#concerned

17 minutes ago, ditchman said:

and what part will diane abbott play in all of this ...........

#evenmoreconcerned

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17 minutes ago, ditchman said:

and what part will diane abbott play in all of this ...........

She will become queen 🤣🤣🤣

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19 minutes ago, ditchman said:

and what part will diane abbott play in all of this ...........:w00t:

Do you really want to see that picture again?

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An article from a little known publication;

https://morningstaronline.co.uk/article/b/corbyn-lays-out-plan-to-stop-no-deal-in-letter-to-party-leaders-and-senior-backbenchers

And the text;

JEREMY CORBYN has written to party leaders and senior backbenchers to lay out his plan to prevent a no-deal Brexit.

In his letter, the Labour leader wrote: “Our priority should be to work together in Parliament to prevent a deeply damaging no-deal.”

The letter comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatens to suspend Parliament and push through a no-deal Brexit on October 31.

In response, Mr Corbyn plans to hold a no-confidence vote “at the earliest opportunity” and if successful will seek to form a caretaker government on a “strictly time-limited” basis.

He said that Mr Johnson had “no mandate for no-deal, and the 2016 EU referendum provided no mandate for no-deal.”

Once a caretaker government has been formed, Mr Corbyn would ask for an extension to Article 50 to give enough time to hold a general election.

Labour would then campaign for a “public vote on the terms of leaving the European Union, including an option to Remain.”

The letter is addressed to the SNP’s Commons leader Ian Blackford, the Liberal Democrats’ Jo Swinson, Plaid Cymru’s Liz Saville Roberts, the Green Party’s Caroline Lucas and Tory rebels Dominic Grieve, Oliver Letwin, Nick Boles and Caroline Spelman.

Mr Corbyn also shed new light on discussions he has been having behind the scenes with Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill.

The Labour leader has tried to sound out the top civil servant “for his view on how purdah rules would apply if Parliament is dissolved for a general election campaign” that straddles the scheduled Brexit date of October 31.

Mr Corbyn said Mr Sedwill’s response to him on Tuesday had been “non-committal” but should inform discussions with other parties.

“While it is likely that the issue will be contested in the courts, our priority should be to work together in Parliament to prevent a deeply damaging no-deal being imposed on the country, denying voters the final say,” he wrote in his letter to the MPs.

“I would welcome the chance to discuss these proposals further with you, which I hope can halt the serious threat of no-deal, end the uncertainty and disarray and allow the public to decide the best way ahead for our country.”

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2 minutes ago, johnphilip said:

She will become queen 🤣🤣🤣

Image result for diane abbott as queen

🙄

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2 minutes ago, hedge said:

#concerned

#evenmoreconcerned

is that hashtag moreconcerned ?

 

2 minutes ago, johnphilip said:

She will become queen 🤣🤣🤣

ooohhh errr...............megan will be pleased

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