Cor­byn just wants to cause chaos, not lead

Gloucestershire Echo - - LETTERS & OPINION -

✒ I THINK that the Labour party’s leader Jeremy Cor­byn never seems to want to lead.

How any­one can say he is fight­ing for democ­racy is ut­terly be­wil­der­ing.

He is thwart­ing the will of the peo­ple at ev­ery turn for his own ends.

He wants ev­ery­one to think of him as “anti es­tab­lish­ment “.

He wants to rant and rave and un­der­mine ev­ery­one else’s ideas but never wants to be in the po­si­tion to pro­vide ef­fec­tive so­lu­tions.

He knows he can’t win an elec­tion be­cause the de­cent peo­ple of this coun­try will vote for PM Boris John­son and the Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage over him.

In my opin­ion Boris is a man for the peo­ple, as against a man whose re­spect for democ­racy is shown by his ac­tions.

There should be no right to refuse an elec­tion.

Lor­raine Teague

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