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UK Elections 2019 And Brexit

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The nicest prison in the whole world fought an election to become the Prime Minister of the UK 🇬🇧 and lost. Jeremy Corbyn isn’t just a nice person but the politician with the best politics, not just in the current times, but maybe ever. And he ran the most compassionate campaign and appealed to a lot of voters.Jeremy Corbyn with El GatoIt looks like Brexit was a huge factor in the election. In many constituencies Labour has always won since almost 100 years and has now suffered losses. So there’s a backlash against Labour. Before the election, Labour had promised to do put together a trade deal with the EU and then put that to vote with the other option to remain in the EU. Labour voters don’t seem to have liked this and revolted by voting for other parties, such as the

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The nicest prison in the whole world fought an election to become the Prime Minister of the UK 🇬🇧 and lost. Jeremy Corbyn isn’t just a nice person but the politician with the best politics, not just in the current times, but maybe ever. And he ran the most compassionate campaign and appealed to a lot of voters.

UK Elections 2019 And Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn with El Gato

It looks like Brexit was a huge factor in the election. In many constituencies Labour has always won since almost 100 years and has now suffered losses. So there’s a backlash against Labour. Before the election, Labour had promised to do put together a trade deal with the EU and then put that to vote with the other option to remain in the EU. Labour voters don’t seem to have liked this and revolted by voting for other parties, such as the Conservatives.

Jeremy Corbyn has resigned, although he will continue to be an MP from Islington North. It’s unfortunate given that Jeremy Corbyn is—in my opinion—the number one Brexiter. In this video clip from 2009, he is seen saying that that the EU is a massive, great Frankenstein. Lovely clip, one of his best.

So Jeremy Corbyn cannot be blamed for this mess. The problem is inside Labour, their cheerleaders, and the general consensus which fails to understand the damage globalisation causes. It looks like Corbyn had to cave in to them.

Oh, Jeremy Corbyn 💔

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