Jeremy Corbyn’s response to May’s plea for help is perfect

I know this has been done to death by all the Leftie social media types but it’s too good for This Writer to let it pass.

You’ll recall that Theresa May has appealed for Opposition politicians to join her in helping to shape post-Brexit policies?

(In reality, this means she is trying to dodge the Tory daggers heading for her back by trying to ensure that she doesn’t need the votes of her own party. Also, if Opposition politicians take up her offer, then if anything goes wrong she can blame them.)

Here’s Mr Corbyn’s response:

Damn straight. Let’s have that new election now.

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7 thoughts on “Jeremy Corbyn’s response to May’s plea for help is perfect

  1. Dez

    Stop killing the vulnerable would be a good start. Call off your contract dogs that are working to cull the benefits users in fact do anything that might resemble being a human being would be a great start……thankfully May you and your party are no longer part of and have obviously opted out of the human race preferring to delight in persecuting the poor and disabled. Two words…….second word “off”

    1. hugosmum70

      OH I DO LIKE YOUR RESPONSE HERE DEZ. LOL. My thoughts exactly but being a lady….”erumph” ill just second your thoughts .lol. brilliant

  2. franceskaywriter

    Caroline Lucas had a great suggestion – a cross-party committee on arms funding to Saudi Arabia.
    I’d also suggest another cross-party committee to decide the level of public sector workers’ pay.

    1. Barry Davies

      There is a supposedly independent body for each sector of public sector pay, which seems to suggest below inflation pay raises except for the odd, every 10 years or so when it says incomes have fallen below what they should be, the government always accepts the low suggestions but never the increases and it doesn’t matter which party is in power.

  3. David

    And, of course, should Jeremy sign up to help the tories and things went wrong, guess who would get the blame – especially in teh right-wing press!

  4. Rupert Mitchell

    I thought my admiration for Jeremy Corbyn had reached its peak, but this response to May’s deviousness makes me realized that there is no peak. A brilliant response.

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