Speaking on LBC, Nigel Farage blasted the Labour leader for backsliding on Brexit and even saying he has ‘no principles’
The LBC host said:
“I was wrong, completely wrong, because clearly there isn’t much principle at all with Corbyn, clearly he’s bowing to pressure from his backbenchers.”
He added: “I think that Corbyn has devalued himself because one of the things about Corbyn is he’s been seen to be somebody who’s straight and clearly on this he has bent, he has buckled and I have to say I think that Labour voters out there in that General Election have effectively been deceived by Mr Corbyn and the Labour Party.”
— LBC (@LBC) August 28, 2017
Twitter users agreed with Farage saying:
Corbyn didn't fool me for a second. He's always shifty and avoids answering important questions.
— Orwellian EU (@Orwellian_EU) August 29, 2017
Never ever have i been able to trust the word of Labour. Sadly the decent Labour politicians are being deselected.
— Theresa Bates?? (@BatesTheresa) August 28, 2017
Do you think Jeremy Corbyn has any principles, I struggle to see where they are if he does!
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