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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Calamity Corbyn

Matthew Steeples slates Jeremy Corbyn’s failure to secure a 20 point lead in the polls

 

This publication is regularly criticised for being “anti-conservative.” It most certainly isn’t and that we are blocked on Twitter by both Diane Abbott and George Galloway is definitely evidence of what the true “far left” think of our ramblings.

 

Recent polls by YouGov suggest the Conservatives and Labour “level pegging on 42 per cent” but also that Mrs May leads 35 per cent to 29 per cent over Jeremy Corbyn on “who’d make best Prime Minister.” Interestingly, however, 36% opted to choose “don’t know” and that could hint that whoever changes their leader first might be in for a better chance of electoral success.

 

Corbyn’s failure is further indicated in news that Labour membership is falling at a rate of around 4,000 per week. That is pretty appalling for his party but that that he is not 20 points ahead at a time when the worst Prime Minister in history is truly making a dogs dinner of Brexit is proof that it is time for him to simply throw in the towel.

 

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Comments

5 comments on “Calamity Corbyn”

  1. Spot on sir! Why is Corbyn not standing up for what is best for Britain? His failure to oppose HARD BREXIT is a true let-down and you were right to highlight previously that he did nothing nothing at all for the victims of the paedophiles in Islington. He makes me so angry.

  2. He’s been on the Castlemaine by the look of him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lock him up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He will not MAKE GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN ———He’d take you back to the Stone Age!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Off with his head (not that there’s much up there!!!!!)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. We just have no decent options out there other than a) Chuka (cannot spell his name) Ummunna and b) Ken Clarke. That is what is most pathetic. Why is the detritus of society attracted to becoming politicians?

    1. Correct,
      The reason they become politicians is because they want to jump on the tax payer gravy train. Most of them can’t make it in the real world, so they become members to ensure they have a nice life style, and a big fat pension at the end of it all. They all pretend they are doing the best for their electorate why they have their snouts in the trough. I have lost count of how many times they have been caught rorting the system, and then we have all the lame excuses, and finally they might agree to reimburse it. But that’s not the answer, it’s like robbing a bank and then saying, if I get caught I’ll pay it back.

  4. You’re right but I’m afraid no-one is in a position to make this decision, least of all Corbyn.

    If he were self aware about his capabilities, he already wouldn’t be leader.

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