Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Jeremy Corbyn inspiring confidence as always

Jeremy Corbyn seems to have a lot more in common with Dianne Abbott than I thought, an inability to remember pertinent figures on the day of a policy launch. Emma Barnett on the BBC's Woman's Hour shows that he just didn't know the costs of the Labour Party's new Childcare programme on the morning of its launch.

Guido Fawkes has the audio, here's an extract:
'Corbyn could not say how much his free childcare pledge would cost and had to log onto his iPad in a desperate, vain attempt to find the figure. The silences were the killer… Corbyn was also comically unsure as to whether he is still the vice-president of the CND, wavered on Brexit and refused to say three times if he would resign when he loses the election.'
Jeremy Corbyn really doesn't like being pushed for an answer does he? There's a real irritation and annoyance in his voice that really offers an insite into his psyche, I wonder how one could get Jeremy Corbyn really angry?
What's concerning is that it is not impossible that Jeremy Corbyn could be the UK's next Prime Minister unless the Conservative Party win a majority at the upcoming general election.

Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Dianne Abbott leading a UK government, what a deeply depressing prospect. The country would be broke and broken before the time of the next general election. 

I am no fan of Theresa May and the Conservative Party she leads but faced with the alternative of a Jeremy Corbyn lead Labour government, I will reluctantly have to vote Conservative on Thursday week.

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