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Jeremy Corbyn blamed for Yvette Cooper’s ‘beheading’

No fans of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, we at Anorak are nonetheless perplexed by former Labour Cabinet minister, Yvette Cooper, who has “revealed” to the Telegraph  how she has been “subjected to death threats online” –  one trolls wanted to see her “beheaded”.  And she wanted Corbyn to stop it. The paper opines:

Although from not a Labour party member, the beheading threat against Ms Cooper illustrates the growing problem of online abuse, which she says Mr Corbyn must now address.

How does he do that, then? Twitter is a private company, one being sold. Twitter’s top dozen executives are due a $2bn payday as Google and look to buy the business for $16bn. Jeremy Corbyn is not one of them.

Says Cooper, who filed in her bid to be Labour leader: “With the leadership election over, our party may feel divided, but we are determined not to split.”

And you do that blaming Corbyn for some pillock saying your head should be split from our body?

Feel the harmony.

Posted: 25th, September 2016 | In: Politicians, Reviews | Comments (3) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0