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Dr Crippen
09 Jul 18 11:04
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Where is he?
Where's he been?
When's he coming back?

Last seen peering over the top of his chesterfield, watching out in case someone asks him for his opinion.

Has there ever been a lower profile leader than this nonentity?
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Report InsiderTrader July 9, 2018 11:08 AM BST
Best policy for him is keep quite and let May destroy the Tory party and then he can come in and destroy the country.
Report anxious July 9, 2018 11:08 AM BST
He already said that May was able to deliver Brexit this morning Crippen
Report anxious July 9, 2018 11:08 AM BST
was not able
Report Dr Crippen July 9, 2018 11:26 AM BST
I've been listening to news reports and interviews since six o'clock this morning, and I haven't heard a word from Corbyn on the subject.
And nothing over the weekend either.

What about the people who voted for him in the last election?
You'd think he'd show them a bit of respect and speak out.
Report InsiderTrader July 9, 2018 11:36 AM BST
Theresa May must call general election if she cannot win support for final Brexit deal, Jeremy Corbyn says

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-latest-theresa-may-call-general-election-jeremy-corbyn-eu-withdrawal-a8436201.html
Report SontaranStratagem July 9, 2018 11:47 AM BST
He's playing the perfect game

Like a detective, he's letting Theresa May talk and talk, giving her enough rope to hang herself

But she wont call an election that is for sure, she should be finished and walk, but I've been saying that since the election last year Cry
Report Dr Crippen July 9, 2018 12:26 PM BST
Corbyn's silence simply means he hasn't got a practical position on Brexit.

When asked if the Chequers meeting means that a second referendum is more likely he fails to reply.
Then calls for a general election.

He's got less commitment to delivering a proper Brexit than May has.
Report tanglefoot July 9, 2018 12:30 PM BST
Agree with Dr Crippen,Corbyn has a split party, so he is frozen
Report Dotchinite July 9, 2018 12:31 PM BST
Corbyn is still plotting to find a way to get the ultra hard Brexit him and Mac want but he has the overwhelming amount of Labour MPS against him.

Brexit could yet cost both May and Corbyn their jobs.
Report Esox July 9, 2018 12:46 PM BST
The brexit vote was won an a very small majority. So the country is divided. Politicians are divided. I am not defending Teresa May I don't want her as prime minister but it is obvious that it is impossible to please everybody. No wonder Cameron quit.
Report Dr Crippen July 9, 2018 1:30 PM BST
Cameron quit because he gave remain everything he'd got, and the country rejected the EU and him into the bargain.
So how could he commit himself to delivering Brexit?

He had no option to resign under the circumstances.
Report Dr Crippen July 14, 2018 11:29 AM BST
Stop press news!
Corbyn's been sighted in London.

While everyone else in politics has been busy scrutinising the latest Brexit proposals, Jeremy was hard at it drawing up plans for the anti-Trump demonstrations.
Working cheek by jowl with little Khan.

Leaving the formidable Emily Thornberry to do the heavy lifting, slagging off Trump in front of the cameras at a safe distance from the pair of them of course.

Hard to believe Thornberry is Corbyn's Shadow Foreign Secretary by the way.
Most people would shrink away from having her as any secretary with her foghorn gob, and a frown that could stop a clock.
Report moisok July 14, 2018 7:22 PM BST
Oh I don't know.  I just might.  But then I am rather old and grateful for any attention.
Report Foinavon July 16, 2018 9:48 AM BST
Shocked She would bite your head off Mo (and that's the least of it).
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