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Jeremy Corbyn

Mitch Benn has been at it again.

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What is the point of Jeremy Corbyn

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After a man is arrested for throwing an egg at Jeremy Corbyn, senior Labour MPs come out in support of a second egg.

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lovely

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lovely, the second egg that is

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Not the brightest of protestors it seems. Went to protest against Jeremy Corbyn armed with eggs to throw, got confused and punched him with the hand which was holding the egg.

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Say what you like about Jeremy Corbyn but he's built a mass movement from scratch, energised a party base, got it back to its true values and made it a power in the land. Unfortunately that party is the Liberal Democrats.
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A party that has a derivative of the word 'democracy' in its title, but ignores the most significant democratic act this country has ever known, and then campaigns behind a strap line of 'B___cks to Brexit'', is operating one level above idiot student politics. If this is the definition of 'true values' and a 'power in the land' then God help us! 

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The Liberals have learnt that a simple memorable message such as "Take Back Control" is better than a nuanced one.

To be fair the Liberal Democrats are the ones suggesting we should have more votes on stuff which is hardly undemocratic when everybody gets to vote.

After all we should really take to heart the views of that great hero of democracy Nigel Farage when considering the question of democracy

"In a 52-48 referendum this would be unfinished business by a long way. If the Remain campaign win two-thirds to one-third that ends it."

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 A Russian spy, an IRA supporter and a racist walk into a pub.

"What are you drinking tonight Mr Corbyn?" says the barman.

All th epoliticians we have are a woeful bunch right now but this did make me chuckle.

Move fast, stay low.

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"A Russian spy, an IRA supporter and a racist walk into a pub."

Corbyn is wrong about Ireland and wrong in the Middle East but the Conservatives are closer to Russia and Corbyn isn't a racist - he has faults and blind spots - this isn't one of them.

Stephen Hubbard

Democratic dissent is not disloyalty, it is a positive civic duty