Jeremy Corbyn attended allotment association meeting at height of #ChickenCoup

Jeremy Corbyn [Image: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images].

Jeremy Corbyn [Image: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images].

That’s right – while his so-called colleagues in the Parliamentary Labour Party were desperately trying to unseat him, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was quietly going about his business as if nothing was happening.

He’s as cool as a cucumber.

Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, attended a meeting of his local allotment association on Sunday despite the resignation of most of his shadow cabinet.

With the mounting threat of a leadership challenge and open calls for his resignation, Mr Corbyn attended the Annual General Meeting of the East Finchley Lot Association.

Source: Jeremy Corbyn attended meeting of his local allotment association at height of plotting against him

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5 thoughts on “Jeremy Corbyn attended allotment association meeting at height of #ChickenCoup

  1. John

    “Cool as a cucumber” LOL, I like that one.
    I suppose you could say that the Labour Coup plotters, Blairites, are acting like a load of vegetables! 🙂

  2. Bryn Davies

    In my experience this, I.e. attending an AGM, is always a mistake because of the risk that you will end up becoming Secretary.

  3. Roy Beiley

    JC is the epitome of a normal working class man who has interests outside politics. This makes him able to deal with the media pack frenzied attacks on him because he has a balanced life not one whixh is 100% dominated by political issues

  4. mohandeer

    I have a query.
    I had no interest in Corbyn until I read “Corbynomics” which prompted me to read his manifesto. I found much of what was proposed exceedingly equitable and over the last nine months have found myself listening with intent to what he had to say. I also found his appearance totally in keeping with the man’s strongly held convictions and choose to believe in him and what he represents.
    As a long time Tory voter(nobody’s perfect) with a deep respect for Wedgie – which was difficult to reconcile given that I dismissed Marx as a Utopian idealist – and who eventually voted LibDems in 2010 because I loathed and despised the dishonest and morally defunct Tories and Blair and only voted Labour in 2015 to keep the Tories out, but voted Corbyn in as Labour leader – does this mean I am a Corbynista?
    I’m serious. If I am to be labelled for espousing the policies that Corbyn and McDonnell promulgate, I would really like to know if the label is correctly attributed.
    Also my Labour voting neighbours who really don’t like the Labour Party but do like this Corbyn chap, even if they did vote to leave the EU and think he speaks for them, are they also Corbynistas?
    If the answer to both is yes then that means that the Labour Party is either Blairite(representing the right wing elitists), or Corbynista, (representing the socialist working class masses).
    Since the Labour Party, according to the reverse print on the Labour membership card is ” a democratic socialist party” why is it, that the right wing elitists who serve only the interests of the upper working class, feel that they are qualified in calling themselves Labour Party MP’s?

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