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Laura Perrins: Corbyn flunks the feminist test


What a week! Here are my five take away points on Jeremy Corbyn’s first week as Supreme Leader of the Communist Republic of Labour.

1. Corbyn hates his country

Labour will deny it but it is a fact, Jack. He who does not sing the national anthem at a ceremony commemorating and thanking those who gave their lives so people like him can stand for election in a democracy is not just an anti-monarchist but hates the constitutional monarchy that Britain is.

2. Corbyn hates educational excellence

Corbyn wants mediocrity for all our children. He wants to abolish all faith schools, academies and free schools bringing them back under State control.

He hates excellence in education so much that he opposed his own son attending a Grammar school, which cost him his second marriage.

Goodness, if he could do this to his own child and family, just think what he could do yours.

3. But he loves the ladies

Boy, does Jeremy love the ladies. Three wives and counting not to mention Diane Abbott as a former lover. He is the person at a socialist shindig – complete with free cold baked beans – who says “Let me introduce you to my current wife..”

His bedpost does not so much have notches on it, as it is winnowed away to a tiny toothpick.

4. Corbyn is not a feminist

Jeremy loves the ladies in the missionary position but does not like them in senior shadow cabinet positions. This did not go down well with the feminists.

5. Corbyn is a terrible debater and Leader of the Opposition

Jeremy wants a more civilised PMQs; the rest of us want a government held to account.

Jeremy is Leader of the Opposition and this is no joke. It is not a game or a hobby you might dip into now and again. One must be devoted and totally dedicated to this vocation. If there is no competent opposition then we are left with a powerful government that feels it can do anything it desires.

This is not in the country’s best interest. But then when did Jeremy care about what was in the Britain’s best interests?

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