As Corbyn comes under further attacks over Article 50 and Brexit, this comedian nails the reasons why

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This Site has only good things to say about Francesca Martinez; she has been a vocal – and very public – supporter of efforts to save the long-term sick and disabled from being ground under the heel of the Tory jackboot.

Now she has written an eloquent comment on why Jeremy Corbyn should retain our support, despite all the nonsense being spouted at him over Brexit.

Here it is:

I know some will have stopped reading when they realised this article was in support of Jeremy Corbyn; others may wish to comment negatively. Free speech is allowed on This Site (as long as it isn’t abused with profanities and personal attacks) so go ahead, if you want. But consider this:

She’s absolutely right.

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12 thoughts on “As Corbyn comes under further attacks over Article 50 and Brexit, this comedian nails the reasons why

  1. tom

    Mr Corbyn once more is demonstrating that he will always be on the side of the majority of people and will not decide without that majority, he is the one closer to real democracy in Westminster and i applaud him immensely.

  2. Barry Davies

    She is absolutely wrong, and is just regurgitating the pro eu media and remain propaganda about who voted leave, one of the reasons we voted leave was the hate fuelled profit before people behaviour of the unelected eu commission.

  3. David

    I agree wholeheartedly and urge all Labour supporters to defy the influence of the written press, and show the Country that Labour is the only party that genuinely speaks on behalf of the 99% against the interests of the self serving 1% that greedily hoard the wealth!

  4. Gary Beighton

    The next crash is not long now.. Then it will be time. I totally agree. I hope you dont mind me sharing your articles. I live in an area where power should be with labour. Unfortunatly the tories flew in Brandon Lewis years ago and UKIP and tories have taken over fuelled by peoples anger and greed. The churches help the cover up ..imho..

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I don’t mind you sharing articles, as long as you follow good form. If you’re sharing my articles on your own blog, the polite thing to do is just feature a couple of lines to provide the flavour of the story, along with the image if you like, and a link to the main article on This Site. If you published the whole thing on yours you would be taking income away from me, you see.

  5. Jackie Cairns

    Most of them that is calling Jeremy Corbyn on FB are trolls. There is a few genuine ones saying they were disappointed in voting for A50 but you can’t win them all.

  6. Rachel Adams

    I could not agree more with Francesca’s view of JC. I do believe the ‘mass exodus’ from Labour has been intentionally exaggerated by the right wing media, but for those that are leaving to join a spineless party like the Lib Dems, I shake my head in wonder. We absolutely NEED a politician in charge who is not only unafraid of the corporate power behind the throne but also someone who is sufficiently honest as to not be corrupted by it. Too many of our politicians are bought and paid for. Under that yoke we will never have access to justice, freedom and equality.

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