Published: Tue, May 30, 2017
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Corbyn says he would ensure Brexit deal

Corbyn says he would ensure Brexit deal

Mr Corbyn took the floor first, getting off to a rocky start with questions from an apparently Northern Irish member of the audience on his past association with the IRA, but later finding hit feet - and a rapport with the audience - before losing his cool when questioned on higher taxation. "But she is a weathercock who believes in very little", Farage said.

The midwife who asked the question, and works for the NHS, seemed sceptical when May finished delivering her answer.

"We are doing the right thing in making a success of Brexit", she said, vowing to maintain her reputation as a "bloody hard woman" during talks with European Union leaders if her party wins the election and keeps power.

On who will keep the United Kingdom safe from terrorism, voters back Theresa May over Mr Corbyn by a huge 42%-16% margin, while she has a 26-point lead (42%-16%) over who is the best leader to oversee Brexit negotiations.

Mr Corbyn, questioned if the United Kingdom was right to allow the parents of Manchester bomber Salman Abedi into the country given what is now known about him, said: "If they had a case for humanitarian protection or for asylum on the basis of being under threat of social, religious or political persecution, yes".

"We need to have a government that is open about these things and is willing to find ways of addressing them".

In a story in the Sunday Times, a column written by the Labour leader in October 2014 for the Morning Star refers to a ceremony he attended in Tunisia "where wreaths were laid...on the graves of [those] killed by Mossad agents in Paris in 1991". "In negotiations you have to recognise that you're not in there to get a deal at any price".

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A previous comment by Mr Corbyn about the Falklands conflict was also raised - that "young unemployed men" were being sent to die in pursuit of a "Tory plot".

Kevin Maguire described Mr Corbyn's interaction with Mr Paxman by writing: "Corbyn adopting the tone with Paxo of a kindly neighbour explaining to the oddball next door why the bins must be put out on a Tuesday". "And he could have been", he said. On May's watch - she was Home Secretary for six years before becoming prime minister a year ago - the number of police officers in England and Wales fell about 15 percent.

Mr Corbyn's attempt, in the wake of last week's Manchester bombing, to draw a link between British involvement in military interventions overseas and terrorism at home led to Tory accusations that he was making excuses for extremists.

She said budgets were now being protected for both counter-terrorism forces and overall policing.

In 2010, Corbyn said about Hamas during a television interview: "'You have to recognize that the reality is they have a great deal of support, they have a great deal of respect from a lot of Palestinians who wouldn't necessarily politically agree with them but recognize they are serious, hard-working and they are not corrupt".

The party's national election co-ordinator Andrew Gwynne said: "The Tory manifesto has plunged pensioners and working people into insecurity, and left our public services facing the risk of further crisis".

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