Question Time Audience Member BLASTS ‘Naive’ Labour
Emily Thornberry got a rough ride during Question Time this week. Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary sat looking mortified as the audience ripped the crepe paper Brexit plan that her and Comrade Corbyn are trying to desperately sell to the British people to shreds.
First of all, they say that they want a ‘jobs first’ Brexit.
They want such a good deal that they are going to stay in the single market or get an equivalent to the single market and the customs union.
Support Kipper Central
Kipper Central is here to spread the real news with the British and global public, without political correctness and without lies.
But we are an extremely small team each putting in several hours a day to keep you up to date with what's really going on.
Sadly, we also have our own lives which take up time and ultimately require a source of income.
Any support you can give, however small, will go a very long way to keeping Kipper Central's coverage of the news nobody else will touch!
You can support Kipper Central by donating here.
And if they don’t get that they’re going to carry on talking ad nauseam. And if they have talked ad nauseam and it still doesn’t work out they are then going to move on and just say ‘well we may as well stay’.
Ms. Thornberry attempted to interrupt the audience member but he was having none of it. Laughably she claimed that Labour policy on Brexit was quite clear. She said Labour is trying to ‘bring the country together’ and that the best way to do that is to “leave but not go very far.”
Another audience member said Labour is ‘naive’ in their approach to the Brexit negotiations. He said he was “sick of Labour and the far-left constantly criticising”. Explaining he said:
“You have got to go into any negotiations with the intention of coming away if you can’t meet mutually with an agreement.
“It’s easy to just roll over and have your belly tickled but at the end of the day you’ve got to negotiate hard for the best deal.”
Rounding off a bad night, Ms Thornberry was mocked as she failed, not unsurprisingly it has to be said, to name a single successful socialist country. Electorally successful Labour maybe however once they are exposed to scrutiny, they crumble just as Ms. Thornberry did on Question Time.