Boris Johnson’s speech rambled and said nothing – then business audience laughs loudly as Corbyn dismisses his ‘warm-up act’
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn took the CBI conference of business leaders by storm with a relaxed, policy-packed speech today that laid out Labour’s vision for the UK’s future.
Boris Johnson, by contrast, bumbled and blustered – and had to be fed whispered answers by a senior CBI representative even to cope with a fairly anodyne press question session.
Corbyn’s confidence in Labour’s vision and his own leadership was encapsulated in the very start of his speech, as he dismissed Johnson as his ‘warm-up act’:
The loud laughter that greeted Corbyn’s remark was chilling news for Johnson and his shambolic campaign.
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