Jeremy Corbyn to visit Telford

Jeremy Corbyn to visit Telford

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn who went to school in Newport is coming to Telford on Sunday according to the National Association of Head Teachers who are holding their annual conference at Telford International Centre this week.

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9 thoughts on “Jeremy Corbyn to visit Telford

  • April 29, 2017 at 11:25 am
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    Fair play to him. Not everyone might like him but at least here is a leader of one the main partys coming to our town.
    More of the other partys need to follow suit & do the same.

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  • April 29, 2017 at 11:46 am
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    I wonder if he will be revisiting the mansion which himself and Piers Corbyn grew up in?

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    • April 30, 2017 at 10:37 am
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      Mansion? Do you know where he lived? A house opposite The Fox at Chetwynd Aston near Newport.

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    • April 30, 2017 at 1:18 am
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      Just think carefully about what is happening. Please, just for a few minutes. This will affect YOU. The Tories are in power, they have three years left. Brexit is happening. Negotiations with the EU will not be affected by the support Theresa May has now or after an election, deals will be IMPOSED on us by the people we are waving goodbye to. She can do almost whatever she wants, right now (grammar schools, whatever…). So why on earth would she call a general election at this point? Two logical reasons: 1. an increased majority in the house will allow her to walk away from Brexit negotiations with the ‘hard’ option, or… 2. there’s a lot of stuff about to hit the fan and holding an election now will ensure they’re still in power to ride the storm that is coming… namely, up to 30 Tory MPs under investigation by 12 police forces for election fraud in 2015; a downturn in UK economic growth (already down 1.7% on predicted level in first quarter of this year), a clean air act that they’ve gone backwards on, tax hikes that will affect the majority, not the few – and they always do this the same way (watch and learn) by reducing income tax (look what we’ve done for you!) but increasing ‘hidden’ taxes at the same time (national insurance, taxes on goods, fuel taxes, car tax, stamp duty, lower benefits etc). At the same time, corporations will pay less and dodge even more… try dodging the taxman and see where you get… you need to pay experts to do that for you. Larger businesses move their profits abroad and dodge us almost completely. The burden will be on YOU. Succinctly, the NHS is being distributed amongst foreign investors, piece by piece. Schools are having funding cut to levels never seen before. Social care is non-existent (have you an elderly relative that has needed that lately? Ask them about it). The list goes on and on. Jeremy Corbyn is an honest, decent man who CARES about people. You simply cannot challenge this. He is a real person, representing real people. There are no stupid, meaningless catch phrases, no intense stares at the camera, no speech coaches, no expensive clothing. If you vote for May you will vote for five more years of pointless austerity, when we should be investing… and don’t believe that nonsense about Labour getting us into more debt… the Tories have doubled it. Take a look at them as individuals… how about this one: George Osborne ‘earns’ £600,000 a year for doing four days a month. He is also to be the new editor of the Evening Standard… and because of the fuss this generated he’s now dropped his constituents and quit his MP post to follow these jobs. His constituents must have meant a great deal to him? Jeremy Corbyn a twat? Grow up. This stuff is real. Not a video game, not a Snapchat nob joke, not a one-liner from the latest 15 year old reality comedian. I beg you, use your vote for the good of everyone around you. Don’t just give it away. Think.

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  • April 29, 2017 at 12:35 pm
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    Are there details of time and place please. He is a totally inspirational speaker. If you want the PRH and the NHS to stay you have to think about the next 5 years of a Tory government and say no!

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  • April 29, 2017 at 12:45 pm
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    And if you want Brexit to happen, you have to vote conservative.

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  • April 29, 2017 at 7:49 pm
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    Jeremy Corbyn the twice elected leader of the labour Party is the only person who will support our NHS and keep Telford’s Princess Royal hospital open.

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