Prime Minister Theresa May & # 39; s government survived narrowly a haze motive on Wednesday, and it did not achieve it in part by speaking the corn forces – but by warning of a wicked future for Britain if the hard left Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn stepped in 10 Downing Street.
"[Corbyn] wants to leave NATO," said Environment Minister Michael Gove of the House of Commons, moments before the vote. "He will get rid of our nuclear deterrent, and recently he said in a speech," Why are the countries boasting about the size of their armies? "It's pretty wrong. Why don't we imitate Costa Rica who doesn't have any army at all?"
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On Thursday, Corbyn was ahead and centered on British political news when he refused to play ball with May at cross-party negotiations to avoid a no-deal Brexit, refusing to participate in negotiations until May ruled out the possibility. that the UK leaves the EU without a deal with a block at the end of March, May called for these talks after winning the trust, but having been decisively defeated in a vote earlier a day earlier on its withdrawal agreement with the European Union
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In December, the Sun reported that the Tory leadership had warned that if up The ears did not come back in May, they could end up with "a big dirty lump of coal" for Christmas in the form of a Corbyn government. The rebels, on the other hand, accused the whip of "weaponizing Corbyn" to have them revoke a buy-back agreement that they hate and do not deliver Brexit.
Corbyn certainly makes it easy to joke right wing. His election as Labor Party leader in 2015 marked a takeover of the party from the Socialist Left after the governments of the centrist Prime Minister Tony Blair (1997-2007) and his leftist successor Gordon Brown (2007-2010).
Corbyn had been on the party's fringe for decades and his rise to power shocked the party's centrists. Tories were initially delighted with his choice and thought it would make Labor inaccessible as long as he was in power. They especially accused Corbyn of consistently sidetracking with opponents and enemies in Britain.
The Daily Telegraph reported in 2017 that Britain's MI5 opened a file on Corbyn over its connections to the IRA in the 80s and 90s, among fears he was a threat to national security and suspicions when he participated in events in honor of dead terrorists.
Last year, former Czech spy Jan Sarkocy told The Sun that the Labor Party leader was in collaboration with the Soviet era Czechoslovak intelligence service StB in the late 1980s when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister.
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"Corbyn was recruited. He also received money," said the spy, adding that his code name was "COB." He also claimed that at several meetings between 1986 and 1987, Corbyn coincided with information on a British degradation of communist spies. The Labor Party called the allegations false, and Corbyn has pushed back with a burning conspiracy video statement in which he accused "media bosses" of publishing discards because they are worried about a possible government of work.
"They are right to be," said a broad eye Corbyn
In 2013, he thanked the Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez for "showing that the poor matter and wealth can be shared." In an interview with Russian television in In 2014, Corbyn accused Iraq of "Western interference" and compared US troops with ISIS.
"Yes, [ISIS troops] is brutal, yes some of what they have done is quite awful; just as the Americans did in Fallujah and elsewhere are terrible," he said.
He has also been accused of not containing anti-Semitism within his party and had previously had controversy over a meeting in which he expressed support for members of Hamas and Hezbollah and called them "friends". He has since said that he used "inclusive language" when he tried to create a peace process and that he did not support or agree with them.
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Corbyn made things worse for himself, in a 2016 speech he intended to condemn anti-Semitism and renounce some of the controversies he seemed to compare Israel with the Islamic State.
"Our Jewish friends are no longer responsible for the actions of Israel or the Netanyahu government than our Muslim friends are for those of various autonomous Islamic states or organizations," he said.
Nevertheless, despite his r adicious relationship, he was almost prime minister at the last election. Tories, assuming that Corbyn would never win an election in Britain, got a shock that year when maize majority was shrunk considerably in the general election in 2017 and she was forced to scramble to form a coalition with the DUP.
If the election was swung slightly further towards Labor, Corbyn could have been prime minister by forming his own left-wing coalition. Since then, especially since May has fought to wind up its party or public, the prospect of a Corbyn-led government has been a trip to quiet Tory rebels.
Polling suggests that Tories have the right to explore that Corbyn could enter 10 Downing Street as a real opportunity. A poll by ComRes, published this week, Labor has two percentage points ahead of the Conservative party in a future election.
Fox News & # 39; Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.