@Calamari - usually the finger of blame is pointed at the last Labour government and/or the EU.
Has anyone thought about asking our Prime Minister what SHE intends to do about securing our railway line and making sure that trains run in ALL weathers, on time, and with newer rolling stock while spending billions on HS2, instead of writing silly questions to a man who is NOT in power, after all, it was (most of) you lot that put the tories where they are yet complain about the lack of ...
You obviously never travel on trains during peak time! Mind you, with your police pension you could probably afford to travel First Class to Teignmouth and back...
Every time I see that waste of space, the image of him sitting on the floor of a train comes to mind. http://newsgeneral.proboards.com/thread/23606/corbyn-train-liar
He wasn’t a member of the editorial board. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSpMujhSQHE&sns=em
Corbyn was a member of the editorial board of the magazine, I would say that makes him heavily involved with it. And your view that he advanced the peace process is laughable, given his steadfast support of the IRA. If anyone is spreading fake news, dearie, it is you. Another illuminating article from the Daily Telegraph: The true extent of Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell’s links with ...
I read the whole article “Burneside”, and it’s a fabrication to say that he was heavily involved in that publication. What isnt a fabrication is that is that he was heavily involved in the NI peace process.
@"Diana Mond" I rather believe the senior political correspondent of the Telegraph over you. If the article is a lie, then why didn't your beloved JC sue the paper for defamation? The fact he did not speaks volumes. I suggest you read the whole article.
The main problem with the Torygraph article quoted by “Burneside” is that it’s a lie. JC was not “heavily involved with London’s Labour Briefing”, and therefore the rest of the text copied from that article is fake news.
A picture paints a thousand words.