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Jeremy Corbyn's BROTHER on the BBC (Amazing)!

Jeremy Corbyns brother Piers Corbyn on the #LabourCoup#Blairites and #bbcnews manipulation — THE BULLSHIT HUNTER (@TheBS_Hunter) July 2, 2016

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No jeremy Corbyn didn't lunge at a journalist

According to Telegraph lies they reported: The latest row happened at a community event at a “say no to hate crime” rally organised by the local Labour party at Highbury Fields in his Islington constituency in north London. Mr Corbyn had to be held back by aides after he lost his cool with a television reporter when asked if he was "running away" from answering questions about his beleaguered leadership. A video published on the internet shows the reporter asking: “Mr Corbyn when are you going to stand down? How much longer can you stay?” Another asks: “Are you running away from the media?” as he walks away. A visibly angry Mr Corbyn then appeared to lunge in the journalist’s direction in front of camera crews and photographers, saying: “If you want to arrange an interview speak to my press office. Thank you.” An aide then restrains the Labour leader, saying to him: “Jeremy, please don’t, please don’t.” But the journalist he "lounged at" according to the right wing media…

Chilcot: Expect Corbyn to be smeared in Sunday papers don't fall for it

As the Chilcot report is out this week the Blairite PR team will be at full steam to smear Corbyn in the Sunday papers 

Calls from MPs across all parties are calling for Blair to be impeached when the Chilcot report is released which in fact could lead to Blair going to prison. So the Blair PR team (Especially Alistair Campbell and Murdoch) will push anti-Corbyn propaganda tomorrow in the Sunday papers as passion grows for Corbyn so don't fall for it it's just what they want.

60,000 new members have joined Labour this week alone as more and more people turn to Corbyn for hope and change but Blair and co are trying their best to ruin his Labour leadership and possible Prime Minister chances. A dramatic attempt to impeach Tony Blair for misleading Parliament over the Iraq war could be launched in the wake of the long-awaited Chilcot report into the conflict. MPs have begun to build support for an attempted prosecution of the former Labour Prime Minister after the 2.6million-word rep…

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