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Jeremy Corbyn reshuffles his Cabinet and champions democracy

by | 27th, June 2016

Jeremy Corbyn is in the mire. Can he survive the storm raging inside the Labour Party and remain as its leader? The grassroots Labour Party like Corbyn they voted him in. The new Labour Party want him out. The mutineers who have resigned from Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet want him out, seizing on the EU Referendum result to get shot of Corbyn. Helpfully, Jeremy has issued a statement:

Our country faces a huge challenge following Thursday’s vote to leave the European Union. And the British people have a right to know how their elected leaders are going to respond.

David Cameron resigned. Well, it was his referendum.

We need to come together to heal the divisions exposed by the vote.

Which is why he, er, sacked Hilary Benn as his shadow foreign secretary.

We have to respect the decision that has been made, hold the government to democratic account over its response, and ensure that working people don’t pay the price of exit.

Many of those “Working people” voted for Brexit. What does he man by working people? Does he discount the students and the pensioners they who will pay in to the big pot and they worked all their lives to live on a pension, respectively?

Neither wing of the Tory government has an exit plan.

They do. This morning Chancellor George Osborne’s made a statement on the impact of the vote leave EU referendum. He

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