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Sparklfairy Thu 29-Oct-20 13:21:41

Good. His arrogance and refusal to apologise (ever, for anything) has come back to bite him.

news.sky.com/story/jeremy-corbyn-suspended-from-labour-party-12117833

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ivftake1 Thu 29-Oct-20 13:25:35

👋🏻👋🏻👋🏻

CarpeVitam Thu 29-Oct-20 13:26:59

👍 👏 👍👏

MillieVanilla Thu 29-Oct-20 13:27:48

Not good at all
And what a shock that Keir screws him over along with others in 2017 and then uses a rubbish inaccurate report to remove him
Keir will never be PM. No chance.

DobbyTheHouseElk Thu 29-Oct-20 13:28:00

About time.

WhenSheWasBad Thu 29-Oct-20 13:28:35

Great news.

anon444877 Thu 29-Oct-20 13:28:36

well DH & I may rejoin the party - good on Keir Starmer. EHRC report not good enough for JC to take responsibility - deplorable.

DimidDavilby Thu 29-Oct-20 13:30:32

Keir Starmer is a pathetic ham faced twat.

EmbarrassedUser Thu 29-Oct-20 13:31:39

Good, he’s a knob. Go BoJo 👌

RubyViolet Thu 29-Oct-20 13:33:04

👍👍👍👍👍👍

TheQueef Thu 29-Oct-20 13:33:59

It's JC own fault.
He's disgraced himself.

zenasfuck Thu 29-Oct-20 13:38:14

@EmbarrassedUser apt user name. I'd be embarrassed too to support Boris

noblegiraffe Thu 29-Oct-20 13:40:58

Good riddance. Nasty antisemitic misogynist. Just saw an interview with Luciana Berger (before the suspension news) and she was clearly so emotional about it all, what he allowed to happen to her was shocking.

Blahblahblahallthetime Thu 29-Oct-20 13:41:01

I am not a Labour supporter, but am so pleased about this! It almost makes me think that they could once again become a decent party.

Sparklfairy Thu 29-Oct-20 13:51:35

TheQueef

It's JC own fault.
He's disgraced himself.

Indeed. Party politics aside, I've always hated him and that childish obstinance he has. It's like he gets a kick out of being "different" (his anti royal dramatics are embarrassing regardless of your thoughts on the royal family) and then when the shit hits the fan he digs his heels in, not because he thinks he's right, but because he simply hates to be seemingly told what to do. His response today just sealed his fate. Bellend.

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BaileysforBreakfast Thu 29-Oct-20 14:19:40

EmbarrassedUser Good, he’s a knob. Go BoJo
What's Johnson got to do with this? You do realise this has literally got nothing to do with Corbyn's suspension, right?
However, on the subject of Johnson, if only the Tories had the moral fibre to investigate him and other members of the party for their racism, eh? (Piccaninny smiles, letterboxes etc etc)

BaileysforBreakfast Thu 29-Oct-20 14:21:11

Oh, and I do think JC's suspension is appropriate before the accusations of deflection start grin

blueangel19 Thu 29-Oct-20 14:21:23

Wow, some good news at least. I am shell shocked with the beheadings in Nice and feeling sick to my stomach today.

LittleBearPad Thu 29-Oct-20 14:21:49

Good. The Labour Party might be able to move on now.

StoneFacedCrone Thu 29-Oct-20 14:23:35

zenasfuck

*@EmbarrassedUser* apt user name. I'd be embarrassed too to support Boris

smile smile smile

CaraDuneRedux Thu 29-Oct-20 14:23:36

Good move Starmer.

Judashascomeintosomemoney Thu 29-Oct-20 14:26:12

Considering the wording of Starmer’s statement earlier today, Corbyn didn’t really give him a choice after his reaction to the report.

MJMG2015 Thu 29-Oct-20 14:29:35

Not before time 👏🏻

Maireas Thu 29-Oct-20 14:32:39

Good news. I'm just waiting for someone to come on and say "what about Islamophobia?" etc etc in order to make the issue appear unimportant.

dreamingbohemian Thu 29-Oct-20 14:33:02

I see a lot of people predicting this will help lead to a new socialist breakaway party. Maybe that would be for the best?

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