Where did you get that hat?
The tabloids and the BBC are at it again.
Not content with the egging they received over fake claims that Jeremy Corbyn was passing secrets to a Czechoslovakian spy, they are now trying their hardest to discredit him using the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yuliya, who were hospitalised after encountering the nerve agent Novichok in Salisbury two-weeks ago.
The theme in the main stream media this time, is that Corbyn, by wanting to err on the side of caution until we have proof that the Russian government administered Novichok to Mr Skripal and his daughter, must mean that he is trying to protect the Russians for some nefarious reason of his own. Most right-thinking people would undoubtedly agree that before our Government went ahead and escalated a cold war with Russia..........more
The Jeremy Corbyn Effect is not as some would have you believe a negative. Perhaps the most decent person leading a political party in the U.K. in 2018 read Corbyn's vision for the country and the party and disregard spin, propaganda and lies.
With a vibrant team of politicians we can finally have a decent government in place that leaves no person behind improving society and all our lives along the way.
Tory MP for Mansfield, Ben Bradley, opted to slur Jeremy Corbyn via Twitter.
It was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back. Mr Corbyn demanded an apology or he would sue with any damages paid going to charity.
Mr Bradley appeared to go into hiding on social media for a few days but Saturday February 24, 2018, that apology was forthcoming. Sadly mud sticks and more people may see the slur than the apology. Please do your best to rectify that.
Jeremy Corbyn Wins Apology And Payout From Tory MP Ben Bradley Over 'Communist Spy' Tweet
THE Ben Bradley APOLOGY
Senior Tory apologises for libellous tweet about Jeremy Corbyn... Full statement here:
Conservative Party Vice Chair Ben Bradley has apologised unreservedly for a libellous tweet about Jeremy Corbyn, pledged to never repeat the claims in any form, agreed to make a substantial donation to charities of the Labour Leader’s choosing and meet his legal costs. Jeremy will be splitting the funds between a homeless charity and a foodbank in Mr Bradley’s constituency of Mansfield. Mr Bradley’s apology, which he will also tweet and ask followers to retweet, says:
“On 19 February 2018 I made a seriously defamatory statement on my Twitter account, ‘Ben Bradley MP (@bbradleymp)’, about Jeremy Corbyn, alleging he sold British secrets to communist spies. I have since deleted the defamatory tweet. I have agreed to pay an undisclosed substantial sum of money to a charity of his choice, and I will also pay his legal costs.
“I fully accept that my statement was wholly untrue and false. I accept that I caused distress and upset to Jeremy Corbyn by my untrue and false allegations, suggesting he had betrayed his country by collaborating with foreign spies.
“I am very sorry for publishing this untrue and false statement and I have no hesitation in offering my unreserved and unconditional apology to Jeremy Corbyn for the distress I have caused him.”
A spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn said:
“We are pleased Ben Bradley has admitted what he said was entirely untrue and apologised, and that charities in Mansfield will benefit. “Following the botched smear campaign against Jeremy, this case shows we are not going to let dangerous lies go unchallenged.”