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If he were our Prime Minister now. I don't think I would. What about you?

Why don't you trust him? Why do you trust him?
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Not on your nelly!
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Hell no, I'd rather slit my wrists than trust Jeremy Corbyn with walking my dog. Let alone handling Brexit
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About as much as I'd trust Boris Johnson.
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I agree, Jeremy Hunt all the way!
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About as much as I'd trust Boris Johnson.
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No.
Wouldn't trust his politics as far as litter recycling.
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Jeremy Hunt?!
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I agree, Jeremy Hunt all the way!
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Jeremy Hunt?!
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Handle how?

I'm not sure anybody can 'handle' brexit. We're in too deep and it's going to be bedlam whatever happens.

If you mean 'Do I think Jeremy Corbyn is trust worthy?' then the answer would be no, but I could say the same for Boris Johnson or Jeremy C- *ahem* Hunt.
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In terms of if he were our Prime Minister now handling Brexit. As in making a deal, proposing terms to the E.U. and what would be in those terms. Bearing in mind his views on the Customs Union etc.
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Handle how?

I'm not sure anybody can 'handle' brexit. We're in too deep and it's going to be bedlam whatever happens.

If you mean 'Do I think Jeremy Corbyn is trust worthy?' then the answer would be no, but I could say the same for Boris Johnson or Jeremy C- *ahem* Hunt.
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I'd prefer Boris. But they are both slippery characters, as is most of the Tory party.
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Wouldn't trust Corbyn as far as I could throw him
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I think Corbyn would be great as PM when the dust has settled. I just wish he would be a bit more open about his own beliefs and push them forward. His "it's about the view of the party" attitude just causes confusion as to what the Labour party actually stands for.
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Yes, because he's intuitively pro-Brexit but would go about it in a collaborative way realising that leaving is the start of a new journey, not the end.
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Whoever votes in a party with antisemitism is morally backward, regardless of the handling of brexit.
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Jeremy Corbyn is not an organiser. The analogy of handling the heckler the microphone is apt.
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