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"it wasn’t so much [Corbyn's] policies that caused problems for the Labour Party – but the character of the former leader and the public’s doubts over his competence" Former Number 10 adviser @NIHargrave  on why the Conservatives should fear Keir Starmer:

Great spot from @MattSingh_  - polling of Labour members quietly slipped out by the RLB campaign. Key takeaway for me is just how much, in policy terms, this is still Corbyn's party. For example...

The @chiefrabbi  told @Emmabarnett  he "never heard from [Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn]" after the religious leader wrote an article condemning the then leader of the Labour Party. 🎧 Listen on @BBCSounds  -

Nandy condemned the distorted weaponization which turned 'Zionism' into a slur. That was way too much for the Corbyn far Left | Opinion: Colin Shindler

Sir Keir Starmer has appointed his new shadow cabinet, replacing many of JeremyCorbyn's loyalists and balancing it with old faces from Ed Miliband's time as Labour leader

Richard Leonard should turn his back on the Jeremy Corbyn era and attempt a “fresh start” for the Holyrood election, the new shadow Scottish secretary has said

Richard Leonard should turn his back on the Jeremy Corbyn era and attempt a “fresh start” for the Holyrood election, the new shadow Scottish secretary has said.


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"I was denounced as somebody that wanted to spend more money than we could possibly afford" Outgoing Labour leader Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn says the government's coronavirus response proves he was "right" about public spending at the 2019 election @bbclaurak 

“For you to blame Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn, particularly after your colleagues on the right of the party pushed him to adopt that position of a second referendum, is absolutely abhorrent” This #bbcqt  audience member criticises parts of the Labour Party for their treatment of Jeremy Corbyn.

RIP JeremyCorbyn's political career. Britain stared radical socialism in the face and said: 'Nah.'

The laying of a wreath by Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn on the graves of the terrorist who perpetrated the Munich massacre and his comparison of Israel to the Nazis deserves unequivocal condemnation from everyone – left, right and everything in between

Would be very hard for Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, to seek a no-confidence vote against New Prime Minister Boris Johnson, especially in light of the fact that Boris is exactly what the U.K. has been looking for, & will prove to be “a great one!” Love U.K.

Oh. My. God. Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn is holding a press conference revealing 400 pages of unredacted documents exposing the NHS is on the table in US trade talks

Corbyn is not an anti-Semite, the right-wing press takes things out of context” This #bbcqt  audience member, who is Jewish, says the media choose to attack the Labour leaders ‘character, because his policies are correct’.

Enjoy living in a timeline where because Corbyn's glasses are a bit wonky you're two years away from living in a tent city outside an Amazon warehouse trying to Gofund a tonsillectomy #ITVDebate 

I defy anyone, anyone, to find quotes from Jeremy Corbyn about Jews or Judaism that come anywhere, anywhere, close to these quotes from Boris Johnson on Islam and Muslims, and yet one is the prime minister and the other - we are told daily by the media - is unfit to the PM. FFS.

Theresa May promised again and again that if she lost six seats, Corbyn'>Jeremy Corbyn would be PM. Last night she lost at least 12.