TERRORIST Sympathizer Jeremy Corbyn was heckled in Birmingham yesterday after choosing to Launch his left-wing Labour manifesto in Birmingham on the anniversary of an IRA attack that devastated the city.
Locals branded him “dirty IRA scum” in Dudley where he launched a plan that would bankrupt Britain and take it back to the dark days of the 1970s.
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For younger readers, the Birmingham pub bombings were part of the Troubles.
On the 21 November 1974 220 people were injured and 21 died. The victims included 7 women and 14 men – they were aged between 16 and 51.
Thirteen of the victims were under 30, including five in their teens according to the BBC.
Innocent revelers out with friends, family and work colleagues, chatted in two busy Birmingham city centre pubs before multiple bombs exploded in the Mulberry Bush pub.
Minutes later a second bomb went off in the Tavern in the Town leaving 11 more dead.
It was the worst terrorist atrocity on English soil at the time.
The Dudley North constituency is predicted to swing blue after its sitting Labour MP Ian Austin called on voters to “Vote Tory” to stop Corbyn before stepping down.
Austin, who had held the seat since party since 2005 told the Express and Star: “decent patriotic Labour voters” should vote Tory to help Mr Johnson get the majority he needs to stop Mr Corbyn from entering Number 10.
“There are good people and lifelong friends of mine in the Labour Party, but the truth is that only two people can be Prime Minister on December 13 – Jeremy Corbyn or Boris Johnson,” he said.