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Jeremy Corbyn SNUBS our brave Army lads by REFUSING to attend Armed Forces Day

JEREMY Corbyn will snub armed forces day for a second time on Saturday and will send his colleagues in his place.

Armed Forces Day is a chance to show support for brave the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community.

The event, now in its tenth year supports service families, veterans and cadets.

According to Labour sources, Mr Corbyn will attend an NHS march in central London on Saturday to mark 70 years of Britain’s health service.

Critics have pointed out that there are two other London events for Armed Forces Day meaning Corbyn could attend one in London after the NHS march.

The Labour leader who defended the IRA and has widely publicised links to the republican terrorist group will miss the event that is now in its 10th year.

Corbyn is not the only an IRA sympathiser at the top of the Labour Party, His shadow Chancellor John McDonnell attended a 2003 memorial for Bobby Sands, a republican terrorist who committed suicide by starvation in 1981.

Critics have pointed out that there are two other London events for Armed Forces Day meaning Corbyn could attend one in London after the NHS march.

Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith will take the place of Mr Corbyn and will attend the event in working-class Llandudno.

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  1. Anonymous

    July 1, 2018 at 15:09

    he should be rewarded with a bunch of WHITE FEATHERS

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