Corbyn WILL be on the Labour leadership ballot paper

Five-time Parliamentary 'Beard of the Year' - the likeable Jeremy Corbyn.

Five-time Parliamentary ‘Beard of the Year’ – the likeable Jeremy Corbyn.

Many critics of Labour will be crowing about this and claiming that Labour has a death wish.

Silly, silly people.

It is a sign that Labour will listen to its grassroots members. The number of votes Corbyn receives will show Labour’s leadership what the majority of party members really want – providing a rough indicator of whether party members think MPs have abandoned True Labour policies in a vain bid to steal votes from the “twin-set and pearls” set.

This Writer will be supporting him. He’s the only candidate who has added any colour to this campaign apart from pale blue.

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9 thoughts on “Corbyn WILL be on the Labour leadership ballot paper

    1. John Gaines.

      Great, now can you actually do the double and unearth an real Labour candidate to run for Mayor of London, I guess though that it is far too much to ask when the only one available so far is now 65 years old, 70 when he gets a shot at an Gen. Election…I guess we will need to go grave robbing to find another ‘real’ Labour potential candidate.

  1. Jim Round

    Shame that he’ll never get elected.
    Either by The Labour Party or the electorate.

    1. foggy

      You could be correct, in that the Blairites of the Labour party could close rank BUT the electorate CAN vote for him for leader and turn their plans upside down !!

      So, people who are severely struggling can either sit on their hands and moan and groan or try to help Jeremy Corbyn to help you.

      You can help Jeremy fight to get to be the Labour leader by voting for him. It’s £3 to vote for him – well worth a punt I’d say !

  2. Nick

    My views mike as a liberal sit quite nicely with Jeremy Corbyn. In addition, on a world vote he would win easily and be the prime minister

    However the UK being a very selfish iPhone inward looking country makes the future very bleak FOR MOST PEOPLE irrespective on who leads the country as Jeremy Corbyn overall views albeit very noble for the world stage will fall short in the UK and to that there is no solution

    My own view is that Jeremy Corbyn lead the labour party and on the world stage highlight the conservative abuses that go on this would lead him on to the world stage if nothing else as a fine ambassador for human rights and for equality for all and with luck get those in the UN to give the conservatives a hard time this in turn would I feel turn the decent people of the UK against the conservative’s and not vote for them in 2020

    I say that labour should go for the big showdown the mother of all battles so that the world for once and for all kills off the conservative powerbase persecution slavery ideology forever

  3. Ian

    I like Corbyn, he knows what Labour are for and he seems to be the opposite of careerist. The fact that the cryptoTories in the party disagree with him says a lot. As well as great news it would be hilarious if he won the contest, it would show the current MPs and upper hierarchy the peoples’ opinion of them. Watching the right wing turds having their plaything taken off them and have to pretend to agree with Corbyn would be hilarious 🙂

  4. Chris

    38 Degrees Petition


    Share widely.

    It was a 38 Degrees previous petition that gained the required 5000 signatures to get Mr jeremy Corbyn even in the leadership race.

    Now Mr Corbyn needs at least 35 out of the 80 odd undecided Labour MPs, to endorse him to get anywhere near winning.

    If the public who want Labour to ever be in government again as it once was and not the Tory party Labour has become, sign it in big numbers.

    Peoples lives depend on Mr Corbyn winning.

  5. Chris

    My above comment still not published is now out of date, as Jeremy Corbyn has gained his 35 MP endorsement to be in the leadership race.

    But the 38 Degrees petition continues.

    Sign it in big numbers and the Labour voters will vote in Jeremy Corbyn, not the Labour MPs who lost 2 elections in a row by following the Tory Labour MPs.

    All those who DO NOT vote Jeremy Corbyn are the ones with a death wish for Labour.

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