I’m switching Tory to Lab for JC’s defence approach (video)

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In this striking video clip from this morning’s Victoria Derbyshire programme on the BBC, a Tory voter explains why he’s switching to Labour because of Corbyn’s approach to foreign policy:

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5 responses to “I’m switching Tory to Lab for JC’s defence approach (video)

  1. The Conservatives seem to be trying to use the horrific loss of life in Manchester to avoid discussing their record in government.

    The national debt has doubled to £1.7 trillion under the Conservative Party’s failed austerity programme. Private debt is also at a record level of £1.62 trillion, with people being forced to borrow to pay their rent and to buy food.

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  2. If I was Tory supporter I will change to Labour no doubt about it. Jeremy with Peston was really great. Jeremy showed he is leader of the Country. Peston was banging his head because he could not believe Defence Secretary Fallon, sounded so stupid, no imagination and no knowledge and intelligence in comparison with Jeremy. That was the reason why Peston pissed off with Fallon and with himself that I presume he meant to support Tory. Now I am sure Peston is another one switched from Tory to Labour. And Peston respect Corbyn in great deal

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