It seems yesterday (January 24) was light on political news so we have been served up speculation like this instead.
The claim that Jeremy Corbyn supports a power-sharing deal, similar to that in Northern Ireland, has been doing the rounds since September last year, at least – but Mr Corbyn does not appear to have dignified it with any comment.
This suggests it is inaccurate.
We are left with hearsay from a member of the Argentinian ruling party, who has a clear interest in making the suggestion.
Needless to say, the Corbyn-hating UK media have leapt on the bandwagon.
Jeremy Corbyn has told Argentinian diplomats he wants a Northern Ireland-style power-sharing deal for the Falkland Islands, according to reports.
Argentina’s outgoing ambassador to London, Alicia Castro, said the Labour leader “shares our concerns” and “he is one of ours”.
In an interview published on the Argentinian embassy’s website, Castro said Corbyn had visited the Argentinian embassy in London and was “friendly and humorous”.
“He is saying that dialogue [is] possible and that attitudes are beginning to change, that what was achieved in Northern Ireland can be achieved also here,” she said.
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