[100 word news] – ‘Jeremy Corbyn is the man of the moment – and I still can’t get my head around it’, says Harriet Harman

Harriet Harman has compared Jeremy Corbyn’s current popularity to that experienced by Tony Blair in 1997, saying:

‘It seemed he was the man of the moment. And Jeremy Corbyn is the man of the moment to get Labour into government’.

‘I still can’t get my head around it’.

‘The mantle of electoral approval has been wrapped around him’.

Ms. Harman also went on to suggest the Conservatives were in trouble, and that ‘the only thing keeping the Tory party together is the fear that if they topple over the edge, we will be on them like a pack of wolves’.

100 word news by The Hooting Times.

Full story here: http://ind.pn/2s7vgiy

11 thoughts on “[100 word news] – ‘Jeremy Corbyn is the man of the moment – and I still can’t get my head around it’, says Harriet Harman

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  1. Best service to Labour Party Ms Harman can now supply is to justify why she let country join in wars in Afghanistan, in Iraq, in Libya, in Syria, wars that were consequences of USA pimping arms and money starting 1979 in religious fundamentalists of Afghanistan through Pakista. Has joining WARS brought any propsperity to UK ?

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    1. Blair proved he was not the man he pretended to be. Corbyn has NEVER looked like the man he pretends to be. Whenever I see him in the media. HITLER comes to mind. You can fool all of the people some time, some of the. People all of the time but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time. This excuse for a man promises the stupid students and dreamers the everything they wanted no matter what the price as did hitler and look where Germany finished up.

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      1. Corbyn a Hitler? For opposing spending on Nukes and spending instead on Education, Health and Housing?
        I suppose those who like crowding Palestinians out of their lands by BB woild go to any absurdity

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  2. So “the man of the moment” is a politician with no principles who, rather than take a stand on something as the obvious, correct, decent thing to do, just gives his backing to whichever side the fickle public happen to be favouring today, and defies the manifesto he was elected on to do that ?

    Yep, that’s a “man of the moment”.

    Not a good man, not a decent man, not a man of principle, but definitely a “Man of the moment”.

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  3. It’s partly down to you when you voted with the Tories on welfare cuts old supporters like me said enough is enough joined Labour and voted ifor integrity (Corbyn)

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  4. I don’t care what anyome says about him. He ticks all my boxes and I’ll keep voting forhim as long as I keep breathing

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  5. Corbyn has more integrity than most politicians in the House of Commons. He has a track record to show that he has held consistent views on all the issues the right wing media have thrown at him. He also hasn’t milked the expenses system like many MPs. June appears to believe that Corbyn is as dishonest as all the politicians she supports, but his manifesto reflects the views he has expressed over many years. Unlike those she would clearly prefer to fawn over (interesting if she named them) he has a genuine determination to address the inequalities in our society and despite the bitter resistance there will be from the establishment, will fight for them.

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