Rocsteady wrote:Hexx wrote:Yesterday9:46am: Corbyn tells Jewish peer who quit Labour over anti-Semitism to “reflect“.
9:56am: Corbyn says he backs war crimes investigations into British troops.
10:00am: Corbyn says he opposes giving more resources to MI6.
10:22am: McDonnell defends calling Esther McVey “a stain on humanity”.
10:40am: Yvette Cooper tells McDonnell to apologise.
11:06am: McDonnell doubles down, says “yes I do” think they were the right words.
11:15pm: Derek Hatton spotted in the conference hall.
11:52am: Ken Livingstone talks about Hitler on the BBC.
1:42am: Delegate rants about “Jewish MPs” and “Jewish plot to oust Corbyn”.
1:50pm: Fringe speaker compares Tory welfare policy to Nazis’ Arbeit Macht Frei.
5:00pm: Momentum host speaker who called for a Jewish man’s throat to be cut.
5:25pm: Anti-war merchandise mocking injured British soldiers on sale.
6:00pm: Jackie Walker says anti-Semitism in Labour is “exaggerated“.
6:30pm: Leaflets circulated: “Jewish Labour Movement does not belong in Labour
(Guido though so take with huge helpings of sceptism )
http://order-order.com/2016/09/25/today ... onference/
More borrowing, more international aid spending and main Foreign policy will be Nuclear Disarmament [multi-lateral].
I just cannot understand why he focusses so much on preaching to the choir. We all know he's for nuclear disarmament, why not cover some foreign policy that might appeal slightly more to voters who aren't already fully on board? Makes absolutely no sense.
That's Thornberry talking about Multi-Lateral though.
Corbyn's Unilateral (although he keeps failing to convince the party of this...wasn't his last idea submarines without missles - so sub construction jobs are safe?)