Corbyn wants to go

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Corbyn wants to go

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https://www.standard.co.uk/news/londone ... 1552911962
Senior members of the shadow cabinet have told The Londoner that they understand Jeremy Corbyn would like to step down as leader of the Labour Party.

The sources say that a number of those around the leader are also of the view that Corbyn, who is 70 in May, would like to pass on the reins of his surprisingly successful socialist project.

One member of the shadow cabinet told us: “He’s tired and fed up.� Another: “Corbyn is ready to step down. He wants to step down.�
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Don't blame him!
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It would be much better for anybodies health to spend more time on their allotment and less time tangled up in brexshit.
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The fake anti-semitism stuff is probably getting to him too; he’d soon meet with an “accident� if he ever got elected.
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Retirement on "medical grounds" perhaps ?
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I don't blame him, there's only so much abuse a person can take.
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Potemkin Villager wrote:It would be much better for anybodies health to spend more time on their allotment and less time tangled up in brexshit.
"Brekshit"?

Grow up
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Good riddance to the racist... but stay on to ensure Brexit happens first Jezza! We need you to stop a 2nd referendum.
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adam2 wrote:Retirement on "medical grounds" perhaps ?
I think there's clear evidence of mental health issues for certain - after all he did shag Diane Abbot.
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Corbyn is already gone in all but name. Watson, though he will never be leader himself, so despised is he in the rest of the party, is laying the grounds for Corbyn's successor. Watson may not even survive as an MP for his treachery. Though, I'm sure he will have been well remunerated for his services.

In any event, Corbyn has been a dead man walking for some time.
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Lord Beria3 wrote:the racist...
There is zero evidence of this.
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Lord Beria3 wrote:Good riddance to the racist... but stay on to ensure Brexit happens first Jezza! We need you to stop a 2nd referendum.
evidence?
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I'm not sure what's worse, being a racist or a supporter of ethnic cleansing? Many of Corbyn's accusers have to answer that.
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I'm afraid that no matter how open minded we have become that once (when, if when)attacks on Westerners become frequent driven by the idea that we are infidels we will counter by returning to being as racist as we have ever been and wipe out vast populations on the verge of genocide.
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Corbyn and the left generally are racist in that they set in policy's of replacement using migration they are anti western and anti white. the far right and far left are both racist .

I think they prefer Muslims to Jews partly because they get more votes from Muslims, and partly because Muslims are less western, and the left generally is about destroying the civilisation they live in
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