Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Michael A. Cohen August 31, 2018 If public opinion polling is to be believed, the United Kingdom’s Labour Party stands a good chance of being asked to lead the next British government. If that happens, will British voters have chosen an anti-Semite to lead their country? At one time, such a question would have been unimaginable. But ever since Jeremy Corbyn, a long-time socialist and back-bencher member of Parliament, shocked the political world in 2015 by winning a Labour party leadership election, the evidence of his anti-Semitism — and that of the party he leads — has become a stench too powerful to ignore. Advertisement Over the years, Corbyn has publicly supported an Islamic preacher who said Jews use the blood of non-Jews for their religious practices. He maintained a decade-long relationship with an anti-Israeli group led by, and inundated … [Read more...] about Will anti-Semite Jeremy Corbyn be the next British PM?
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Opinion PUBLISHED: 12:03 26 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:03 26 July 2018 Richard Porritt Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to boost British industry Photo: PA / Josh Payne PA Wire/PA Images “Build it in Britain” demanded Jeremy Corbyn this week. And who could argue with that? On the face of it this plan appears to be a winner: more jobs, more money.The Labour leader went to Birmingham to unveil his grand proposal and told the audience outsourcing abroad was “sucking the dynamism out of our economy”.He added: “It must be our job in government to reprogram our economy so that it stops working for the few and begins working for the many.“That is why we will build things here again that for too long have been built abroad because we have failed to invest. Doing this will allow us to have greater control over the economy.”Put simply Mr Corbyn wants new Navy ships to be built in Britain. He says he wants to offer … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn apes Donald Trump … but will it work?
caption Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn source Darren Staples/Reuters Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn spoke in favour of boosting Britain’s manufacturing in a speech to the EEF. Corbyn says because of a lack of infrastructure strategy from the Government, manufacturers couldn’t take advantage of the post referendum fall in the pound. However, Lib Dem Brexit spokesperson says to Business Insider: ‘”Saying a drop in the pound is good for exporters is a bit like saying a flood is excellent news for swimmers”. Corbyn hit out at May for “cosying up to Donald Trump” and not putting British workers first. LONDON: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of failing to secure the “benefit” of Brexit for UK manufacturers. Speaking in Birmingham, Corbyn said the falling pound could have helped UK manufacturers, but said the government had instead overseen the “farming out” of … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn accuses May of failing to capitalise on the ‘benefit’ of Brexit
Jul 13, 6:32 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Sundeep Kavanal Radesh 07/13/18 AT 5:34 AM Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition, has branded President Donald Trump’s policies "dangerous and inhumane" that put “the lives and wellbeing of millions of people at risk,” according to reports.The United States president in is in the United Kingdom on a four-day trip and landed at Stansted Airport Thursday afternoon. On his first day of Trump’s visit, Corbyn hit out at him and British Prime Minister Theresa May.“Theresa May has invited President Trump to our country at a time when his dangerous and inhumane policies are putting the lives and wellbeing of millions of people at risk,” Corbyn said. "We are committed to dialogue, including of course with those we strongly disagree with, and in government we would find a way to work with … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn Brands Trump’s Policies ‘Dangerous,’ Says He’s Risking Millions Of Lives
Adam Payne, provided by Published 1:34 am, Thursday, April 12, 2018 Theresa May's government will today decide whether to take military action against the Syrian regime. A "barbaric" chemical attack, believed to be carried out by President Assad, left over 40 dead last week. Prime Minister May does not legally need parliamentary approval before launching an attack. A new poll shows public opposes Syrian airstrikes by two to one. A Western attack on Syria could have dire ramifications for relations with Russia. LONDON — Theresa May will today hold a crunch Cabinet meeting in which she and her ministers will decide whether to join military action in Syria. Recommended Video: Now Playing: London has given Moscow until the end of Tuesday to explain the use of a military-grade nerve agent for the poisoning in England of Russian former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. On Monday Prime Minister Theresa May said it was "highly likely" that … [Read more...] about All you need to know about Theresa May’s plan to join Trump in attacking Syria