Jeremy Corbyn was blasted by his MPs after saying 'we can't stop' Brexit and rejecting a second referendum

The Labour leader yesterday rejected calls for a second vote but he was attacked by his backbenchers. Delegates at the party conference in September agreed on the possibility of another people’s vote if they couldn’t force a general election. Wes Streeting demanded his party made a “full-throated case” for another vote after the “mess” made by the Tories. Ex-shadow Chancellor […]

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Jeremy Corbyn gives Maybot a run for her money as he is seen FLOSSING

‘Reminds me of Mr Bean!’ Jeremy Corbyn gives the Maybot a run for her money as he’s mocked on social media for FLOSSING at Pride of Britain Awards Labour leader performed viral dance move backstage at Pride of Britain awards Attempt did not go down well and he was mocked for ‘poor’ and ‘rigid’ technique Many referenced MP’s resemblance with […]

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Top Corbyn ally blasts BBC presenter for asking him how much money Labour's radical green plans will cost taxpayers

The Shadow Trade Secretary bizarrely accused a BBC presenter of "pettifogging" for questioning the cost of the party's radical plans. Mr Gardiner insisted the Government wouldn't have to put any more money in because businesses can be forced to pick up the bill. Appearing on Radio 4's Today programme, the shadow minister said Labour would build 13,500 new wind turbines […]

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Labour critic of Jeremy Corbyn is latest 'victim of a purge', supporters say

Moderate Chris Leslie, a major critic of Jeremy Corbyn, said he “was not going to stop speaking up” following the ballot. The ex-shadow Chancellor has blasted the leadership calling their economic policies as “starry-eyed” and “hard-left”. But fellow Labour MP Joan Ryan, who lost her own vote from local party members, said: “Disgrace that @chrisleslieMP is next victim of purge […]

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Jeremy Corbyn attacks Britain’s free press at conference

Jeremy Corbyn attacks Britain’s free press for allowing billionaire magnates to ‘spread lies and half truths’ Jeremy Corbyn was speaking at the Labour Party Conference in Liverpool The party leader pledged to give the go-ahead to part two of the Leveson inquiry Critics fear this could lead to draconian curbs on the freedom of the press Jeremy Corbyn urged supporters […]

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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews ITV drama Strangers

Not so much a murder mystery, just a lot of Hong Kong phooey! CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews ITV drama Strangers Chinese fortune cookie say: ‘Big let-down waiting after big build-up’. And Chinese fortune cookie is right, because of all the autumn drama serials bursting onto our screens, I had the highest hopes for Strangers (ITV). Big let-down. The setting is unconvincing, […]

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Corbyn allies KILL OFF push for Labour to back fresh Brexit referendum

Corbyn allies KILL OFF push for Labour to back fresh Brexit referendum with conference due to debate fudged call for ‘all options’ to be on the table More than 160 motions on Brexit tabled for debate at Labour Party conference Remainers had been demanding the party backs holding a second referendum Jeremy Corbyn wants to force election but said he […]

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