Jeremy Corbyn is a British politician and leader of the Labour Party in the UK. Corbyn describes himself as a democratic socialist whose "stands for working people." He has been the MP for Islington North since 1983.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn mocked the Tories’ handling of Brexit during PMQs, likening it to their stewardship of the “shambolic privatized railways,” saying it’s had more delays and more cancellations than Northern Rail.
Jonathan Arkush, the outgoing president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, has said that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn “has views which are anti-Semitic and problematic” in an interview for The Telegraph.
Militaristic fantasies were unleashed on The Telegraph's op-ed pages this week, when a piece asked: 'What would a 21st century British coup look like? And what would a Corbyn government have to do to survive it?'
Ex-London Mayor Ken Livingstone has told RT’s ‘Sam Delaney’s News Thing’ that he never called Hitler a Zionist and would have checked himself into the doctors to check he wasn't suffering from first stage dementia if he had.
New Home Secretary Sajid Javid has hit out at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for not condemning left-wing online trolls, who have labelled him “a coconut and an Uncle Tom” since his appointment to the role on Monday.