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  1. Maybe if he ........ Perhaps he should ..... He needs to ...... Then again he must ...... .
  2. It wouldn't make any difference it it was 1914!
  3. I found this too: careful it's poetry! I think I've turned into John Peel!
  4. I like this and Jeremy Corbyn thinks it's ace!
  5. They've really not got the hang of this at all have they? It's no use explaining it either; they'll just carry on believing what they want to. It's like debating with a group of screen savers.
  6. And what if they really are? Logic says there must be someone who falls into that category. And to be honest it's okay if they are. At least they're not pie eaters! It's only like saying a poster is more pro-Brexit than pro-Britain.
  7. It's as well to say why though: "The party says the papers' reporting of a wreath-laying ceremony at the cemetery, attended by Mr Corbyn, has: :: seriously misrepresented the event :: misidentified those buried in the cemetery :: underplayed the role of mainstream Palestinian leaders conducting the ceremony. Labour's attack on the six national newspapers, confirmed to Sky News by senior party sources, is the second time Mr Corbyn has come out fighting in the wreath-laying row in the past week." "He hit back angrily after the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed his laying a wreath "on the graves of the terrorist who perpetrated the Munich massacre and his comparison of Israel to the Nazis deserves unequivocal condemnation". Mr Corbyn tweeted in response: "Israeli PM @Netanyahu's claims about my actions and words are false." https://news.sky.com/story/labour-complains-to-press-regulator-over-corbyn-wreath-row-story-11474216
  8. Oxford

    Our new position in the EU

    Hang on I'll check!
  9. I agree but if you're the sort of person that thinks people shouldn't be treated equally you can attack him on that basis. If you're the sort of person who says yes but life isn't fair or it's always been like that and won't ever change you can have a go at him from that angle. In other words they'll find something. " Peston’s point was clear: the Labour leader’s 2014 visit to a Palestinian cemetery in Tunis, which the Daily Mail recently splashed on, was akin to visiting Nazi graves. That suggestion is offensive and, according to the British establishment’s own purported standards, prejudicial. But it also highlights one of the main results of this anti-Corbyn media campaign. " https://www.thecanary.co/global/world-analysis/2018/08/16/robert-pestons-grotesque-attack-on-jeremy-corbyn-surpasses-what-even-the-daily-mail-could-muster/ "Racism and discrimination is regularly in the UK news at the moment. The rise in antisemitism and Islamophobia are two reasons why that’s the case. Another is, of course, the controversy surrounding Labour’s proposed antisemitism code of conduct. Media outlets have amplified the voices of those who fully support all of the examples in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism. A significant number of Jewish organisations, however, argue that some of the wording of this definition “intentionally” equates “legitimate criticisms of Israel… with antisemitism”.