Jeremy Corbyn IS suing Nigel Farage. Did he take Vox Political’s advice?

Jeremy Corbyn: apparently he is suing Nigel Farage to protect the reputation of the Project for Peace and Justice.

Message from Jeremy Corbyn:

I have asked my lawyers to take the first steps in commencing legal proceedings against Nigel Farage, following a highly defamatory statement about me.

We are a movement for peace — and we cannot stand by and let these disgusting and malicious lies go unchallenged.

(The movement he mentioned is the Project for Peace and Justice.)

Did he take This Site’s advice?

No, I can’t claim that. It would be hugely conceited to think that Mr Corbyn has even noticed Vox Political‘s existence. But this seems an appropriate place to thank the many of you who visited This Site’s previous article on the subject, after Mr Corbyn’s announcement.

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But it would be nice to think the arguments I put forward had reached him somehow.

For clarity, after Nigel Farage suggested that Mr Corbyn believed “the Jews” are running the world, I stated:

Mr Corbyn’s attitude is that, if it isn’t hurting people other than himself, he’s big enough not to worry about it.

The problem with that is that it harms his supporters, who are also smeared with the same allegation; they may be said to be supporting an anti-Semite.

The Peace and Justice Project is, by its nature, primarily run by supporters of Mr Corbyn – so it is reasonable for him to consider that an untrue statement about him – if left unchallenged – will harm it and everybody involved in it as well.

It will be interesting to find out what Farage does now. My personal belief is that hell apologise and (I hope) pay an amount of money to the Peace and Justice Project.

If he doesn’t, I hope Mr Corbyn takes him for every penny he’s got.

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  1. Tony March 5, 2024 at 11:40 am - Reply

    Question: Who was Farage talking to and how did that person react to his claim?

    • Mike Sivier March 5, 2024 at 12:08 pm - Reply

      It was on GB News, direct to camera.

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