Quotes on Cor­byn Re­ac­tions yes­ter­day

The Daily Telegraph - - Britain Out -

JOHN MCTERNAN, FOR­MER BLAIR AD­VISER He did not have a man­date for be­ing ut­terly use­less. All he got was a vic­tory on one day last year. Well, he’s had his chance. DI ANE AB­BOTT, A CLOSE COR­BYN ALLY I think some of my col­leagues are labour­ing un­der the il­lu­sion that Jeremy serves as leader of the op­po­si­tion at their will and plea­sure. I AN MUR­RAY, EX- SHADOW CABI­NET The Labour Party needs to stop talk­ing to it­self. J EREMY CLARK­SON Ev­ery­one called Jeremy gets sacked even­tu­ally. EMILY THORN­BERRY, SHADOW CABI­NET I think if he’d had an op­por­tu­nity to lead it more [Re­main], then we would have done bet­ter. Does that mean that he is a bet­ter leader than David Cameron? I sus­pect it does… WES STREET­ING, LABOUR MP Jeremy has many re­deem­ing fea­tures. Be­ing an ef­fec­tive leader of the op­po­si­tion is not one of them.

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