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Jo Swinson gives Jeremy Corbyn a lesson in opposing a terrible Government

Jo Swinson has had a very effective first six days as Lib Dem Leader. She’s been popping up all over the media and the fact that both Labour and SNP supporters alike have gone for her big time shows that they know she is a massive threat to them.

This morning, viewers of Sophy Ridge on Sunday will have seen Jeremy Corbyn offer his usual tired and hand-wringing approach to Brexit and his less than robust approach to anti-semitism in his party.

Immediately afterwards, they had Jo on. She was clear, engaging and she answered the questions put to her.

Here are some of the highlights:

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  • User AvatarDavid Allen 19th Aug - 12:01pm
    I'd like to apologise for my previous post. https://www.libdemvoice.org/lord-tony-greaves-writesso-how-would-an-interim-government-actually-work-61748.html#comment-506745 It's far too generous to Tony Greaves. Corbyn made a simple, clear proposal - That a...
  • User AvatarDavid-1 19th Aug - 11:52am
    @Matt: If Brexit goes through, it's not the EU but the UK that will fail to survive the next decade. How am I supposed to...
  • User AvatarMartin 19th Aug - 11:51am
    p.s. I posted this before being able to see Rif Winfield's contributions, which I largely agree with. The factors that Corbyn would encounter would largely...
  • User AvatarNonconformistradical 19th Aug - 11:49am
    nvelope2003 has a good point about the police not doing anything about certain crimes. I suspect the only reason most property crimes are reported to...
  • User AvatarGeorge Miles 19th Aug - 11:47am
    lets hope a compromise is reached to stop No Deal, and stop war breaking out on the Irish border again, even if it mean accepting...
  • User AvatarMartin 19th Aug - 11:36am
    Let's suppose for a moment that in the absence of another mechanism to depose Johnson and co, Corbyn has to head a 'Government of National...
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