He’s in so much trouble.

Jeremy Corbyn tells Commons he did not call May a ‘stupid woman’ – Politics live (The Guardian)

26 thoughts on “Read My lips

  1. realPolithicks

    He clearly said “stupid people” and this is just another attempt by the looney right to distract peoples attention from the impending disaster which is brexit.

    1. rotide

      Since when does the word ‘woman’ have two explosives in it?

      Looks pretty much like stupid people to me

  2. Friscondo

    The state of this carry on by May, with her country slowly torturing itself to death. It really beggars belief. What does it matter what he said, when compared to the chaos and farce that is the British body politic. This is the big news story? Jesus wept!

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I agree. But you have to blame the British media for a lot of this. Sky News sent some casual freelancer on a tour around the UK (and for some reason, Dublin?!) to get local views, named ‘Divided Kingdom’. Sky Reporter said tonight after the report “well, Brexit aside, sounds like you had a jolly good trip!”.

      Channel4 News at 7 tonight grilled Irish TD Neale Richmond on the Irish reaction to a no deal. Cathy Newman challenged him hard and looked for answers. As if it was Ireland’s doing. Thought he did well in fairness. Look it up.

      BBC News for Britons living away is the same – they can’t get the facts of the deal/no deal or PM questions, just stories about turkeys, Megan’s bump and stuff and so feel that bad news is being buried or the government are being blanketed.

      Really believe the latter is going on. Despite the EU 14-point contingency plan issued today, the British media have focussed on just one aspect this evening on TV news; immigration. Shocking and shadowy reporting. Fair play to British industries for uniting and fighting back today with their statement.

  3. Shayna

    I’m of the sad, stupid variety who watch PMQs – namely people, Jeremy Corbyn did say “People”.

  4. Lilly

    Looks like people to me. Jeez, they conduct themselves like a pack of rowdy school kids in the House of Parliament. They make our lot look dignified in comparison.

  5. Spaghetti Hoop

    I see ‘stupid people’.
    From both Corbyn’s lips and surrounding him.

    Speaking of Corbyn’s lips, he’d do fierce well on that over 50s dating app, wha?

        1. Starina

          agreed.

          And whether he said “stupid people” or “stupid woman”, they’re both true statements

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