Is Jeremy Corbyn gone? It seems not.
One person who wishes he was is Keir Starmer, who said he was never a friend of Corbyn although previously saying he was. A lawyer lying? Not a great look.
Sir Keir told LBC: “I think and hope that my position is very clear. Jeremy Corbyn will not stand as a Labour candidate at the next election.”
Pressed about whether Mr Corbyn was ever a friend, Sir Keir said: “No, not in the sense that we went to visit each other or anything like that. I worked with him as a colleague.”
He added: “As I say, I haven’t spoken to him now for two-and-a-half years.”
It comes as a report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission published in October 2020 found that under Mr Corbyn’s leadership, the Labour Party breached the Equality Act when it failed to effectively address antisemitism within it. It
Corbyn down and out?
It seems not.
As Huckmag writes: “The spectre of Jeremy Corbyn looms large in Parliament. By his own admission, he lives “rent free” in Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s head. He is consistently cast as the boogey man. The most dangerous man in Britain. A threat to the very foundations of our society. In truth, he is none of those things. Throughout our hour long chat, we amble through a whole host of topics – from the need for decent education, homes and security. They should be inoffensive. Common sense. And yet, as Corbyn tells me, “sometimes the most simple and basic demands are the most controversial.”
He also posted this message to the people of Islington North, he tweeted the message and wrote: “I have spent my life fighting for a fairer society on behalf of the people of Islington North, and I have no intention of stopping now.”
Peace & Justice Project
Now Corbyn has released an update on the Peace & Justice Project.