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Jeremy Corbyn, Prime Minister

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Spungle | 06:54 Tue 10th Jul 2018 | Society & Culture
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Love him, or loathe him, after the events of this week so far, I would suggest the prospect of Jeremy Corbyn entering No.10 and becoming our next Prime Minister is now more likely than ever.

If May calls a General Election soon- (and won't she have to?) we could see a hardline Marxist in the number one job in Britain. Thoughts?

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I think she means John Smith.
John Smith..doh...
think he would have been an admirable PM....
John Smith never had the chance to prove himself. He could either have been great or a disaster.
thanks very much Spungle, i keep getting this image of diane abbott as a government minister ... i'm going for a lie down
Although she was a Labour politician before she retired I would have loved to see Ghisela Stuart at the helm of a cross party get us out government. She is calm, intelligent and German.... up yours Angela Meerkat.
Having met her a couple of times she came across as someone who could herd cats, a definite requirement these troubled times. I feel the situation we are in is too important for one parties ideologies
That's what worries me too, ael.
Things like that frighten most people, and if he wants to win an election she will have to go. Surely she is there as a box tick because she certainly isn't there for brains or charisma.
The thing is that these days, given the amount of resignations, Corbyn has a very small pool of 'talent' to draw upon.
More a muddy puddle
The tories aren't going to call an election anytime soon, even if May is overthrown.
Probably the best ideas is to appoint Farage a cabinet member, in much the same way as Frank Cousins, Patrick Gordon Walker, and Peter Mandelson were when not MPs/Lords. He could be on the negotiation team as 'Minister for Taking No Crepe'.

blooming auto correct as done it again
I would certainly credit the good people of Britain with the intelligence not to allow JC anywhere near No.10. However, this prospect is becoming likelier by the day as the spineless desert the Cabinet and potential Labour voters are allowed to flood into the country in their thousands every day.
//think he would have been an admirable PM.... (John Smith)//

Maybe you're right- he certainly wouldn't have been the first alcoholic to hold the post, and he would have kept Labour out of power during the Blair years.
Small pockets of our country are big enough cesspits as it is, Jeremy Corbyn would just sell our nation down the river and continue doing so until it was one giant cesspit.

The man is utterly unworthy of trust.
Have to admit, if there was a G/E at the present time, it would not go in Favour of the CONs, they are in deep deep Muck.
Who would win, Gulliver?
Most likely no one, especially the public. Hung parliament.
Think Boris is more" utterly unworthy of trust " than Corbyn could ever be.
I'd love to see Corbyn as PM and sweep everything away that the Tories have done over the years to ruin this country whilst blaming Labour. Tories are for the selfish Tories. The rest of what they spout is just cobblers. Get Corbyn in. Re-nationalise everything, put the Income Tax rate up to 90% for greedy high earners and get rid of them if they want to go and live in another country. Yes. Corbyn for PM. And if it happens, and you all threaten to leave this country, then I'll be glad to see the back of you. Otherwise, everything's OK. :o)

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