Anonymous
Anonymous asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 5 months ago

Does Jeremy Corbyn need to resign for the sake of the party and UK politics as a whole?

Under Jeremy Corbyn, Labour will never get elected and the Tory Party will remain crap because they have no serious competition.

Jeremy Corbyn could've even defeat Theresa May who is a halfwit and he won't defeat Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt.

The British public don't want 70s style socialism. It's obsolete.

Update:

Barry - the problem is the current lot of Tories are shitty too. It's never a good idea to have bad opposition.

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  • 5 months ago
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    Yes he should.The Labour party is clearly unelectable until they get a leader who the public supports.Tony Blair won 3 fantastic elections and gave his party 11 years of government.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    That is for the people to decide, I guess.

  • 5 months ago

    He should resign for the sake of the United Kingdom, which he has said he will not defend in the event of a nuclear war. He is the most unpatriotic person since the Cambridge five, of Maclean, Blunt, Philby, Burgess and Cairncross.

    • Ding Dong
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      5 months agoReport

      He means the less than ten countries with nukes get round a table and he is right to say he won't use nuclear if another country drops an atom bomb on us, the titfortat would end very quickly and with the entire world destroyed.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    He is a very nice guy and a very good person but unfortunately he isn’t realistic. I think that we need new political parties.

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  • 5 months ago

    It just sounds like you're worried about him winning, which you should be. I know the days of landslides are over for a long time but I won't be surprised if he scrapes it with a small majority. The by election in Peterborough proved this, Labour scraped a win but they only need to scrape it to win.

  • He's too old and lethargic it's time he resigned

  • 5 months ago

    Don't know as who would you have replace him, as you can't say there's stacks of talent waiting in the wings to replace him because there isn't, and for that (on both sides of the aisle, well just about all of them really) you can thank the party machine, that is the career politician, the soul destroying bone crushing meat grinder that it is.

    Labour, a blend of PC elitist Marxist globalists who barring a few of them, wouldn't truly know what their core values are to the working class people of this country from a north London dinner party, gives em something to talk about I suppose over their top nosh, because that's all they do do, talk about it.

    Conservatives, a party who it was once said "know the price of everything but the value of nothing" ho those were the days, who now like posh teenagers squabbling in the school playground, argue amongst themselves about who gets to do what whilst being blissfully unaware to what's happening all around them.

    The Lib-Dims, sorry Liberal Democrats, a party that has through the years tried gimmick after gimmick after gimmick, heck, its even had a name change, only to be told repeatedly at the ballot box B0LL0CKS, nothing new there then, but at least they're sticking to their core values or whatever it is they prefer to call em, con values maybe.

    Time for a change I think.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    He is senile and his supporters moronic.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    No, because with lunatics like that in charge of Labour they'll never be elected. Then again by getting rid of him they'll probably replace him with someone even worse.

  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    No. Jezzer is the perfect shadow PM. Just what we need to keep the Conservatives in ad infinitum. John MacDonald and fattie Dianne Abbott are also made for their jobs for the same reason.

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