Labour leader responded to Rees-Mogg’s arrogance – but his words ring loud today
Ten days ago, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn responded to Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg’s arrogant claim that he would have survived the Grenfell Tower blaze because of his ‘common sense’.
Corbyn told the nation that ‘common sense’ is removing flammable cladding from residential tower blocks:
As London mayor, Boris Johnson answered questions about his huge cuts to fire services with ‘Get stuffed’.
This morning, the nation is reeling in horror at the sight of molten cladding yet again falling from a residential block:
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