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Corbyn went out with Diane Abbot after separating from his wife - in the 1970s (so old news). He was still married though which is where the 'scandal' occurred

Didn't know that. Love his politics but not so sure about his taste in woman.

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If there's any substance to Lord Ashcroft's claims about David Cameron then I think he's in more hot water than Jeremy Corbyn - I suspect that's there's an element of revenge there though so I'm not sure I would take those claims seriously.

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If there's any substance to Lord Ashcroft's claims about David Cameron then I think he's in more hot water than Jeremy Corbyn - I suspect that's there's an element of revenge there though so I'm not sure I would take those claims seriously.

 

 

There is definitely something very repulsive about a pigs head and a Bullingdon members member, if you'll pardon the expression.

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Truth or no truth re the Cameron claims,the fact that he's written a book on it and it seems out of spite for not being offered a certain position,somewhat means that it's hard to take too seriously.

There's always an element of truth and lies whoever someone feels they have been scorned and the lies are easier to disprove than the truth is to prove on many things,especially boyish childhood rituals which include dangling your private parts in a dead pigs mouth and then having the left jumping all over it claiming that it's sexual abuse of a dead animal which it clearly isn't

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Truth or no truth re the Cameron claims,the fact that he's written a book on it and it seems out of spite for not being offered a certain position,somewhat means that it's hard to take too seriously.

There's always an element of truth and lies whoever someone feels they have been scorned and the lies are easier to disprove than the truth is to prove on many things,especially boyish childhood rituals which include dangling your private parts in a dead pigs mouth and then having the left jumping all over it claiming that it's sexual abuse of a dead animal which it clearly isn't

If the allegations are untrue why hasn't Cameron sued?. IMO its one thing to have a PM who is seen as nasty and incompetent, and another to have one who is a laughing stock worldwide. 

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I have the occasional vegetarian day but I don't think I could ever completely go over to it.

As for Cameron, even if the allegations are false, it demonstrates the environment he was brought up and operates in and how out of touch with reality he will be

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Young men are forever going stupid things,grown men do them too,rituals etc for silly boys/men's clubs.

They are usually no harm to anyone,like this instance but it's obviously something the gutter press decide can make a good story.

It says a lot about the people of this country that many crave such ridiculous stories and some were actually starting to believe that it was cruel to the dead pig

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Young men are forever going stupid things,grown men do them too,rituals etc for silly boys/men's clubs.

They are usually no harm to anyone,like this instance but it's obviously something the gutter press decide can make a good story.

It says a lot about the people of this country that many crave such ridiculous stories and some were actually starting to believe that it was cruel to the dead pig

Had Comrade Jeremy attempted to get a blow job from a dead pig he would have been locked up in the tower by now.

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Had Comrade Jeremy attempted to get a blow job from a dead pig he would have been locked up in the tower by now.

 

 

Do they keep pigs there now, then, RB  ?

 

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My market stall trader friend reports that Jeremy hasn't bought any vests from him recently, perhaps he's too busy to visit the market nowadays and I see he even passed up meeting the Queen the other day, declining an invite to attend a Privy Council ceremony:

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3268246/Corbyn-dodged-kissing-Queen-s-hand-Privy-Council-ceremony-going-HIKING-Scottish-Highlands.html

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My market stall trader friend reports that Jeremy hasn't bought any vests from him recently, perhaps he's too busy to visit the market nowadays and I see he even passed up meeting the Queen the other day, declining an invite to attend a Privy Council ceremony:

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3268246/Corbyn-dodged-kissing-Queen-s-hand-Privy-Council-ceremony-going-HIKING-Scottish-Highlands.html

 

 

I have to say I found that highly un-patriotic from someone who wants to lead the country.

 

It certainly won't gain him any votes  -  Probably the reverse, in fact !

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I have to say I found that highly un-patriotic from someone who wants to lead the country.

 

It certainly won't gain him any votes  -  Probably the reverse, in fact !

Cameron took three months before he bothered to meet the Queen when he become Tory leader. Maybe JC never turned up because he didn't have a clean vest to wear. 

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Sadly,bring in charge of a country regularly entails doing things that we probably don't agree with,let's face it,we all know that the prime ministers job is pretty much a puppet nowadays and the real decisions are made by the party's and not the leader

 

 

Unfortunatelt  EU,  'Call-Me-Dave'  Cameron has already stated he is going to retire and do a Tony Bliar at the end of this Parliament.

 

Frankly. he can do whatever he bl00dy well chooses now, coz in a few months he will be earning buckets full of dosh on books and speeches.  MAKES ME SICK !

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Well, I thought BBC's 'Question Time'  last night was pretty lively, with some praising Jeremy and others completely ridiculing him.  That's what politics seem to be all about these days.

 

Next weeks 'QT' is due to have Nigel Farage on, so that'll definitely  be worth a look, IMHO !!

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Well, I thought BBC's 'Question Time'  last night was pretty lively, with some praising Jeremy and others completely ridiculing him.  That's what politics seem to be all about these days.

 

Next weeks 'QT' is due to have Nigel Farage on, so that'll definitely  be worth a look, IMHO !!

Happily Farage is now yesterdays man. Jeremy Corbyn is the future.

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Happily Farage is now yesterdays man. Jeremy Corbyn is the future.

 

 

With the way things are going in Europe at the moment, don't rule out a swing to Farage.

 

It'll all be down to 'Call-Me-Dave's' talks with Murky Murkel.  Latest polls say 67% of British votors would vote OUT of Europe at the present time.  If things don't improve, that figure will surely rise.

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Well I hope we stay in for selfish reasons, I work for a Dutch company and I think there will be a lot of other people worried about their future prospects should we pull out of Europe.

 

 

Nothing to so with the manufacture of Dutch Caps I trust, Cuppa ?

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