Jeremy Corbyn

Having been made a Privy Councillor, Britain’s new far, far Left Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn was heavily criticised for refusing to attend Buckingham Palace last week in order to take the oath to the monarchy, claiming he has a previous appointment which could not be rescheduled. Next Tuesday he is to attend Buck House where a formal state banquet is to held in honour of Chinese President Xi Jinping. It is feared Mr Corbyn will use the occasion to raise human rights concerns with Mr Jinping. Could it be the Labour leader deliberately put off taking the oath to the monarch in order for him to be able to collar the Chinese President without being accused of betraying his PC oath?


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