Monday, 27 February 2017

Insightful Baroness Blames 'Remotenes'

BARONESS Chakrabarti has identified the distant region of Copeland in Cumbria, saying 'It's remote from London'.  And the New York Times journalist, Kenan Malik tell us its 'near the Scottish border'.
The Baroness as the shadow attorney general, a key ally of Jeremy Corbyn, said:
''There was a low turnout in Copeland and having been to Copeland recently, I know that it's a very rural constituency, public transport is not great.'
She continued to excuse the Labour Party suggesting:  'Copeland could in-part be explained by other factors including bad weather, Labour voters being less likely to have a car, low turnout, Brexit divisions, false claims about Mr Corbyn’s views on nuclear power, and ill-treatment in the media.'
The metropolitan elite know it all!

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