Labour has been too close to Big Business. — Jeremy Corbyn
Labour Party has been incapable of offering a real alternative, and that has been the fundamental problem in the last election. — Jeremy Corbyn
He was one of the handful of MPs unscarred by the expenses scandal and never sold out his principles for a job in government. — Ken Livingstone
A new week, a fresh new attack on Jeremy Corbyn, this time from Labour Shadow Chancellor, backed up by a supporter of Liz Kendall putting the boot in on Wato.
The Labour Party has-beens, still do not get it why Labour lost the last two elections, and that whilst they remain in control, Labour is unelectable for the foreseeable future.
Tweedledee v Tweedledum. No one can tell the difference. Therefore why vote, as it only legitimises a corrupt system, or if you want Tory then you are going to vote Tory not a pale imitation of the Tories.
Austerity does not work. There is no reputable economist who supports austerity. UK is the only country supporting austerity. Apart from that is Greece, and Greece has had austerity imposed by the Fourth Reich.
The neo-liberal project has failed the vast majority of people, but the 1% who have benefited will do their best to keep on track, with a little help from the corrupt politicians in their pockets.
Jeremy Corbyn is not Hard Left. Jeremy Corbyn is offering a radical, progressive alternative, not more of the same, that is why he is speaking to packed venues across the country.
Jeremy Corbyn has electrified Labour’s leadership contest in a way we haven’t seen for more than 20 years. Contrary to conventional wisdom, Jeremy is the candidate most likely to win the general election for Labour. His ability to speak clearly and provide a real alternative to cuts and austerity is what’s needed now.
The Labour Old Guard talk of Power. Jeremy Corbyn talks of working with people. He is out and about meeting people.
Liz Kendall comes across as a robot programmed by lobbyists, only the programming has malfunctioned.
Jeremy Corbyn only just scraped in as a candidate. And yet he is now way ahead in the Labour Leadership race. This shows out out of touch the Parliamentary Labour Part with grass roots
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