A combination of pro-Brexit and anti-antisemitism votes, or lack thereof, did the Jew-hatred racked Labour party in….
Most people were voting on Brexit, the Labour party bled votes due to its lack of seriousness in addressing Jew-hatred within its ranks, The election results hopefully sends home a badly needed lesson.
Petulant Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he WILL stand down after catastrophic defeat but refuses to admit his policies were wrong and tries to blame the media
Jeremy Corbyn has announced he will quit as Labour leader after the party crashed to one of its worst-ever sets of general election results. Mr Corbyn said he ‘will not lead the party in any future election campaign’ and that he will step down once his successor has been appointed.
He is on course to lead Labour to a tally of just 201 seats according to a bombshell forecast which has been borne out by a series of crushing defeats to the Tories in previously safe seats.
If that number is where the party finishes the election it would be even worse than Labour’s recent low watermark under Michael Foot in 1983 when it crashed to just 209 MPs.
Announcing his decision to quit after he was re-elected as the MP for Islington North, Mr Corbyn said: ‘I will discuss with our party to ensure there is a process now of reflection on this result and on the policies that the party will take going forward.
‘I will lead the party during that period to ensure that discussion takes place and we move on into the future.’ However, Mr Corbyn refused to accept any of the blame for his party’s disastrous performance as he accused the media of ‘disgusting’ attacks and claimed his hard-left policy platform was ‘extremely popular’.