Corbyn leaves a cross party meeting as he's not happy with the guest list.

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Mister Fantastic
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Chuka Umunna was the person he didn't want to debate with. Although it's extremely hypocritical I totally get his point.

If he keeps this up I may sling him a vote just for the comedy element.

I'm actually starting to think he is trying to orchestrate a no deal Brexit so he can mop up during the chaos. Can you imagine him and McDonnell running the country free from the EU constraints?

Hilarious.......or maybe not.
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Corbyn is actually being an epic troll when it comes to the EU 😂😂😂
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Corbyn is actually being an epic troll when it comes to the EU 😂😂😂
I agree, I'm actually enjoying his work. He's ably backed up by McDonnell playing the straight man to his not so lovable clown.
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Was a rep from ERG there?
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Was a rep from ERG there?
They had a separate meeting. Who knows, perhaps TM speech was completely acted out on their advise.
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They had a separate meeting. Who knows, perhaps TM speech was completely acted out on their advise.
So May met the ERG but didn't go to the 1922? ><
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So May met the ERG but didn't go to the 1922? ><
Yes, Evans was quite animated. Telling her the public want to leave, ones which have been spoken to apparently. Also emphasising it will be all over in 8 days, and to just go for it.
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Why should Ummuna get an invite?
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My friends in the usa keep telling me how the state of virginia is full of losers.
Looks like I'll be having to tell them that in the uk the pm is a combination of pinocchio staring into mystic meg's broken crystal ball and the leader of the opposition is playing constant games of hook a duck to make new friends and 'i'm not talking to you' in fallout's with his old crowd.
Whilst the lib dem leader mumbles on about something but is inevitably drowned out by the whispers of the greens, women's equality party, independents group and ukip.
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Why should Ummuna get an invite?
The PM's advisers noticed that he was feeling left out of mainstream politics, wanted to make clear that May's Brexit politics can be inclusive and did their best to make him feel welcome.
Corbyn's response was merely the icing on everyone else's cake.
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Why should Ummuna get an invite?
Why shouldn’t he? He’s got more MPs than the Lib Dem’s
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Chuka Umunna was the person he didn't want to debate with. Although it's extremely hypocritical I totally get his point.

If he keeps this up I may sling him a vote just for the comedy element.

I'm actually starting to think he is trying to orchestrate a no deal Brexit so he can mop up during the chaos. Can you imagine him and McDonnell running the country free from the EU constraints?

Hilarious.......or maybe not.
Mr Corbyn has always wanted to leave, a no deal brexit would give him the opportunity to renationalise railways etc. if he were able to sneak in at the next GE, which he won't.
Can't believe so many people still can't see it.
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Why shouldn’t he? He’s got more MPs than the Lib Dem’s
TIG isn't a political party. At best he has 1 MP.
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TIG isn't a political party. At best he has 1 MP.
Rubbish. True they are not strictly a party but they are a de facto party with a manifest agenda and will become a fully fledged party.

Let’s not pretend that such formalities are the reason behind all of this: it is absurd and transparently false. Maybe if Corbyn was some procedural autistic like some in the Tory party but he isn’t. If he was sympathetic to TiG and they could have helped him he wouldn’t have given a damn about the specific party status of such a group
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Why should Ummuna get an invite?
Why shouldn't he?
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Mr Corbyn has always wanted to leave, a no deal brexit would give him the opportunity to renationalise railways etc. if he were able to sneak in at the next GE, which he won't.
Can't believe so many people still can't see it.
I can he's very disingenuous, he could be a brilliant political figure for socialists like myself but instead he's set in his ways of playing silly political games he no longer needs to since his promotion to leader of the opposition.
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