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Could Jeremy Corbyn be advised to SELF ISOLATE?

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Why oh why can't he just get on with helping rather than hindering the Government at the moment.

 

He is a NATIONAL DISGRACE!

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2 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

He constantly finds fault, he should back off or - - - off.

 

He is not being helpful at all.

hello, when has he ever been !!!!??

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Everything in The Guardian is just the same, they go out of their way to be negative and find fault, but doesn't that run with that socialist belief.

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1 hour ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

He constantly finds fault, he should back off or - - - off.

 

He is not being helpful at all.

This has been his sole MO since he was elected - he is far more than a disgrace

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2 minutes ago, Walker570 said:

Everything in The Guardian is just the same, they go out of their way to be negative and find fault, but doesn't that run with that socialist belief.

Can't stand the Guardian either yet for some reason my news feed is always jammed with stories by them. Usually try and listen/view local news if I can now, or, avoid it all together and get my news from PW 😂

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If your using MSN for news then almost all you will get is left wing stuff  BUT it does give you a good idea how the rest of the world thinks.

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Jeremy Corbyn has only ever been able to criticise everything the British Government (of either political persuasion) has ever done.

Mind you, he doesn't ever criticise Russia, Islamic terrorists or the IRA. 

Funny that  

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2 minutes ago, islandgun said:

His negativity had a lot to do why no one voted for him in the last G/E

That and his complete inability to do his job properly, he effectively gave no guidance about anything, useless little chap!:rolleyes:

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Sour faced Jonathan Ashworth is another one out of the same mould, cant stand the man.

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Yes indeed, wasn't he the one that was recorded slagging off Corbyn and attempted to pass it off as just banter?

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11 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Yes indeed, wasn't he the one that was recorded slagging off Corbyn and attempted to pass it off as just banter?

Yep, he did, they have nothing positive to say, its like you said earlier… “He constantly finds fault, he should back off or - - - off.”

 

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6 minutes ago, old'un said:

Yep, he did, they have nothing positive to say, its like you said earlier… “He constantly finds fault, he should back off or - - - off.”

 

totally agree :good:

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1 hour ago, ShootingEgg said:

Why has he not done one already, stand Down and let them put interim in place!!! 

Because as it stands, the teat of the TAX payer is plentiful.

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Jeremy Corbyn in parliament today

"we need clarity not confusion"

and your answer is Jeremy??????????

Total waste of Oxygen. This man rakes in close to £300,000 in salary and expenses plus perks a year. About as much use as a haemeroid

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I'll admit I did like Boris' little quip at PMQ's yesterday, something along the lines of:

"Your vow not to retire from front line politics will, I'm sure, be warmly welcomed by your successor."

😂

The man will kill the Labour Party for nearly a generation 

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1 hour ago, Lord v said:

I'll admit I did like Boris' little quip at PMQ's yesterday, something along the lines of:

"Your vow not to retire from front line politics will, I'm sure, be warmly welcomed by your successor."

😂

The man will kill the Labour Party for nearly a generation 

Still people out there who love him though, lad I work with loves the idea of free money he was going to get.... 

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Corbyn is a 'socialist'.  You would expect negativity; it is at the heart of how left wing politicians seek to implement socialism.

  • Hold back the 'active and able' to prevent them getting ahead
  • Take from those who 'have' to reduce them to 'haven't'
  • Discourage the instinct to excel or prosper individually
  • Control and micromanage to ensure 'equality and fairness'
  • Ensure the 'state' holds control over the voters through state dependency

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20 minutes ago, Cheshirelad said:

It's a lot easier for Corbyn & Co. to criticize than it is for them to actually come up with something useful (and sensible).

Quite right , I think he is happy to sit at the other side of the table and not come up with ideas , but to criticise  ones been made . We are all in this troubled times together .

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35 minutes ago, Cheshirelad said:

It's a lot easier for Corbyn & Co. to criticize than it is for them to actually come up with something useful (and sensible).

It alwAys has been. You can often silence critics by asking ‘well tell us what we should do then?’ or ‘ok, so what do you suggest?’ 
It isn’t really the job of opposition to offer solutions; their role is to make the other side look bad and incompetent.  

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