I think a plausible explanation is that whatever Corbyn says or does, his critics will denounce - no matter how much hypocrisy it necessitates.
One of the oddest features of the Labour tax row is how raising allowances, which the media allowed the LDs to describe as progressive (in spite of evidence to contrary) through the coalition years, is now seen by everyone as very right wing— Tom Clark (@prospect_clark) November 2, 2018
\u201cThis week we have had a chilling insight into Corbyn\u2019s authoritarianism. For a politician to make open threats against the press is deeply disturbing. He cares nothing for free speech or press freedom.\u201d— spiked (@spikedonline) February 22, 2018
Brendan O\u2019Neill on the Corbynista threat to liberty pic.twitter.com/m5hOjES0Mg
The reason Corbyn is adopting a more aggressively pro-Brexit stance is the same reason he\u2019s aggressively rejecting the IHRA definition. He\u2019s calculated he can take Labour Remainer votes for granted. They\u2019ll sulk a bit, then say \u201cbut the food-banks\u201d, and vote for him.— (((Dan Hodges))) (@DPJHodges) July 24, 2018
Corbyn doesn't have the guts to allow his position on Brexit to be challenged and the membership don't have the guts to make him.— Mitch Deepliest Unhelpfulest Benn \U0001f1ea\U0001f1fa (@MitchBenn) September 24, 2017
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There's something blackly comedic about the way they keep contradicting themselves.
They are extremely worried ...
Corbyn's just playing a game of cunt chicken now to see what the soundest policy is he can come out with that pricks will still say is shit.— Tom (@tmanning24492) April 6, 2017
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