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definition for: #LabourLies

October 16, 2017
1 Definition for Hashtag #LabourLies
The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn has descended into a bunch of thugs and Liars. Brexit Lies; Every Single politician on both sides of the leave remain debate said a vote to leave the EU was a vote to leave the single market without exception. After the referendum John McDonnell said staying in the customs union would be a betrayal of the referendum result. Jeremy Corbyn said leaving the EU meant leaving the Single Market LABOUR POLICY now is to stay in the EU, having a red line set at get exactly the same benefits of Single Market membership and customs union membership or they will vote to stay in the EU. here is a video showing all the above http://*** Lie about tuition fees http://*** IRA Lies Corbyn told Andrew Neil: ‘I didn’t support the IRA. I don’t support the IRA. What I want everywhere is a peace process.’ This is a lie. Corbyn opposed the Anglo-Irish agreement. He reportedly lobbied the government on behalf of IRA prisoners. A socialist magazine whose editorial board he headed gloated over the Brighton bombing and threatened Margaret Thatcher with further violence. Corbyn told Andrew Neil: ‘I never met the IRA.’ This is a lie. Corbyn invited Gerry Adams to the Commons weeks after the Brighton bombing. Ireland’s Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said that, from all the evidence he has seen, Adams was not merely an IRA member but sat on its army council. According to a Daily Telegraph investigation, Corbyn shared a platform at a 1994 rally with Angelo Fusco, an IRA terrorist on the run after shooting dead an SAS officer. Corbyn told Andrew Neil: ‘My role was supporting a process which would bring about a dialogue and I believe you have to talk.’ This is a lie. The SDLP’s Seamus Mallon, former deputy first minister of Northern Ireland and one of the architects of the peace process, says: ‘I never heard anyone mention Corbyn at all. He very clearly took the side of the IRA and that was incompatible, in my opinion, with working for peace.’ Ex-IRA terrorist Sean O’Callaghan says Corbyn ‘played no part ever, at any time, in promoting peace in Northern Ireland’ and any suggestion otherwise is ‘a cowardly, self-serving lie’. Thugs and bullys The BBC’s political editor, Laura Kuenssberg, is being protected by security guards at the Labour party conference this week following abuse she has received over her role, according to reports.
October 16, 2017
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