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Jeremy Corbyn failed miserably to galvanise Labour voters to the remain side.

This radical left wing filth represents nothing left wing. He is an extremist.

He should have campaigned immensely for the EU. He should not have said he was only 6/10 or 7/10 in support of the EU, he should have said 10/10. He should have expressed his deep passion for the EU, instead he claimed the EU needs much reform, disgraceful. He should have told the population the truth and that the EU does not need reform, that it has always worked for the people.

Corbyn lost us this referendum. His past comments about the EU stuck with him, he should have separated himself from them completely, said he didn't really believe what he said and was mistaken.

WHERE WAS CORBYN'S PASSION FOR THE EU?

WHERE WAS HIS DEFENCE FOR ITS RECORD?

WHERE WAS HIS SUPPORT FOR WHAT THE EU IS? NOT WHAT IT COULD BE.

CORBYN IS A TRAITOR, HE MUST GO AND WE MUST BRING TRUE BELIEVERS OF THE EU INTO THE LABOUR LEADERSHIP LIKR MANDLESON AND BROWN
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You're single-handedly dragging down the collective IQ of TSR.
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You're single-handedly dragging down the collective IQ of TSR.
Unlucky for you 200 Labour MPs reporting to revolt against him, how does it feel with you communist leader? We need Blair back
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Corbyn will not resign willingly. He will have to be faced with a leadership challenege.
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Even though I strongly disagree with left wing politics and would never vote Labour with a leader like Corbyn. However, I did respect him as a person. I thought he was very honest, trustworthy and thought he would stick to hes principles. It's clear he was a life long supporter of brexit.

This should of been hes moment by campaigning from his heart (like he did to become leader), I know much of Labour's Mp's wouldn't of liked it; however I thought Corbyn would stick to his principles hes always believed in. Instead, he let his party walk all over him. You could see whenever he did talk about remain (which wasn't much) it didn't come from the heart and I could see he didn't want remain.

I believe he should stand down. Labour doesn't have a single chance of winning 2020.
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Unlucky for you 200 Labour MPs reporting to revolt against him, how does it feel with you communist leader? We need Blair back
You are very much mistaken in guessing my voting record. As long as he is Labour leader the party is unelectable. I want him to be a lame duck leader as long as possible.

My comment was aimed at your belief that he should have been campaigning to support something he clearly does not feel passionate about and calling him a traitor.
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Corbyn will not resign willingly. He will have to be faced with a leadership challenege.
And I doubt someone like Blair will lose to Corbyn providing we block member votes for good
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My head hurts after reading this.
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Even though I strongly disagree with left wing politics and would never vote Labour with a leader like Corbyn. However, I did respect him as a person. I thought he was very honest, trustworthy and thought he would stick to hes principles. It's clear he was a life long supporter of brexit.

This should of been hes moment by campaigning from his heart (like he did to become leader), I know much of Labour's Mp's wouldn't of liked it; however I thought Corbyn would stick to his principles hes always believed in. Instead, he let his party walk all over him. You could see whenever he did talk about remain (which wasn't much) it didn't come from the heart and I could see he didn't want remain.

I believe he should stand down. Labour doesn't have a single chance of winning 2020.
As leader he should have shown passion and love for the EU. He should have told the truth and that is the EU is great and prosperous, one which serves the people.

I couldn't tell if he was in or out. He is a disgrace and lost us the referendum. We need winners back like Blair
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Unlucky for you 200 Labour MPs reporting to revolt against him, how does it feel with you communist leader? We need Blair back
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"We were absolutely convinced remain would win. All polls said so. I wanted to protest against the establishment though, I wanted to send a message.

I had no idea leave would win, it will not be that bad right? "

A bit rich coming from you.

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You are very much mistaken in guessing my voting record. As long as he is Labour leader the party is unelectable. I want him to be a lame duck leader as long as possible.

My comment was aimed at your belief that he should have been campaigning to support something he clearly does not feel passionate about and calling him a traitor.
He is a traitor. Unless he is a fascist what reason would he possibly have for disliking the EU?
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"We were absolutely convinced remain would win. All polls said so. I wanted to protest against the establishment though, I wanted to send a message.

I had no idea leave would win, it will not be that bad right? "

A bit rich coming from you.

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Protesting against Tory establishment. My vote was one and made no difference. The polls said remain would win
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Blair was manipulated by lies from Tories, he was a winner and won elections. Labour needs Blair back and now 200 MPs plan to kick Corbyn out paving way for new leader
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Corbyn didn't do what his party wanted, That is not sustainable for a leader, Plus he has no passion or presence, he always looks like a put apon geography teacher suddenly made head teacher and floundering badly. He will have no chance if there was a general election with Boris as Tory leader.

He should realise he is not doing his party or the country any favours and resign.
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He is a traitor. Unless he is a fascist what reason would he possibly have for disliking the EU?
Look up the definition of traitor. Look up the definition of fascist. Then stop bandying those words around. Corbyn is neither. If you want to debate then let's do it properly. I agree that Corbyn is a bad leader for Labour. Which is why I'm happy to see him there.

There are plenty of reasons for disliking the EU.
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Corbyn didn't do what his party wanted, That is not sustainable for a leader, Plus he has no passion or presence, he always looks like a put apon geography teacher suddenly made head teacher and floundering badly. He will have no chance if there was a general election with Boris as Tory leader.

He should realise he is not doing his party or the country any favours and resign.
It's just disgraceful how he can possibly call himself a labour supporter, a socialist, a left wing demonstrator and man of the people, all while showing little support or outright opposition (in the past) to the EU
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Imagine this guy being PM, what a disaster it will be
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The OP is a special sort of idiot.

Corbyn is Eurosceptic but simply held the Remain position to appease Blairites in his camp who would have otherwise tried to force him out.

This is why Corbyn didn't campaign passionately for remain because deep down he wanted the UK to leave and always has done. The last thing the UK needs is to remove Corbyn and to reinstate a corporate loving Blairite who will stab us in the back. If that happens it will be a complete disaster.

We must work with Corbyn and the unions to take back power from the disgusting neoliberals who have contributed to rising inequality across Europe whilst making the rich richer at our expense.

Corbyn is our only hope for a democratic socialist UK that puts people before corporate profit.
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