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Jeremy Corbyn

Independent MP for Islington North (9 Jun 1983 – current)

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Scottish Parliament: Independence Referendum (31 Oct 2019)

Jackson Carlaw: ...and that it will take more than a spoonful of sugar to swallow anything that their leader is offering. However, just two weeks ago at her party conference, the First Minister said that Jeremy Corbyn should not even pick up the phone if he was not prepared to agree to a referendum. Now that Mr Corbyn has made plain that he is, indeed, happy to concede to having that referendum, is it not...

Anti-Semitism - Question for Short Debate (13 Sep 2018)

Lord Sugar: ...the debate to the House but my understanding is that the current Government have a clear policy against any form of racism. The real question should be put to the leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn. The Labour leader allowed the issue of alleged anti-Semitism in the Labour Party to ramble on for months. What kind of leader is he not to take his party by the scruff of the neck, making...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (20 Apr 2017)

Ruth Davidson: ...on with building better schools and better public services. What about the SNP’s plans? The First Minister’s very first intervention in the election has been to say that she would put Jeremy Corbyn in number 10. Is that because, uniquely, the First Minister sees in Mr Corbyn the wisdom, the foresight and the leadership skills that are needed in a Prime Minister, or could it possibly be...

Policing (London) (28 Jun 1985)

Jeremy Corbyn: Mr. Corbynrose—

Pensioners' Equality (13 Jul 1993)

Jeremy Corbyn: There were many who wanted to bring in the Bill, Mr. Deputy Speaker. Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Jeremy Corbyn, Mr. Alan Simpson, Mr. Harry Cohen, Mr. Dennis Skinner, Mrs. Alice Mahon, Mr. Ken Livingstone, Mr. Bob Cryer, Ms Mildred Gordon, Mr. Malcolm Chisholm, Mr. Max Madden, Mr. Dennis Canavan and Mr. Bernie Grant.

[Sir Nicholas Winterton in the Chair] — Inter-Parliamentary Union (22 Nov 2007)

Nicholas Winterton: Before I call the hon. Member for Islington, North (Mr. Corbyn), I think that he is aware that we want to try to give the Minister about 20 minutes to respond to the debate. I call Jeremy Corbyn.

Business of the House (31 Jan 2013)

John Bercow: Today is a first for me. It is the first time in my 16 years in the House that I have observed the hon. Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn) occupying the middle ground of the Chamber. I call Mr Jeremy Corbyn.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Undercover Policing (24 Jun 2013)

John Bercow: The hon. Member for Islington North (Jeremy Corbyn) is bursting with anticipation. He need not worry that I have forgotten him; how could I? I call Mr Jeremy Corbyn.

European Union Referendum Bill: Committee (3rd Day) (4 Nov 2015)

Lord Forsyth of Drumlean: What is not true: that Jeremy Corbyn is not leader of the Labour Party or that Jeremy Corbyn was not in favour of leaving the European Union? I will give way to the noble Lord if he tells me which statement is not true.

Scottish Parliament: Taxation (14 Dec 2016)

Murdo Fraser: As Jackie Baillie knows, Jeremy Corbyn supports the Tory chancellor’s increase in the threshold for the 40 per cent rate. Does she think that Jeremy Corbyn is too right wing, too?

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (26 Nov 2015)

Nicola Sturgeon: Later today I will reply to the email that Jeremy Corbyn sent me yesterday, asking what he should ask at Prime Minister’s question time next week. In the email, he said that in “just over two months ... already we’ve achieved so much together.” I think that Jeremy Corbyn is being modest. He and Chairman Mao are doing much more to destroy the Labour Party than even I have managed.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Islamic State (19 Nov 2015)

David Cameron: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave to the right hon. Member for Islington North (Mr Corbyn) on 18 November 2015 Official Report, column 667. I also refer the hon. Member to the answers I gave, during the Oral Statement on the G20 and Paris attacks that I made on 17 November, to the right hon. Member for Islington North (Mr Corbyn), Official Report, column 528, and to the right hon....

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (14 Mar 2019)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...of us who oppose Brexit—which I think includes Richard Leonard—to come together to find a better way forward. I ask him—I hope in a constructive spirit—to use his influence with Jeremy Corbyn to get him firmly behind the option of a second EU referendum. If Jeremy Corbyn would come off that fence, that option would become not just the best one but the most likely next step. Will...

Scottish Parliament: Engagements (7 Jun 2017)

Ruth Davidson: The truth is that we do not need the First Minister to tell us what we already know, which is that the Labour Party cannot be trusted to stand up to the SNP. It is not just Kezia Dugdale—Jeremy Corbyn is even worse. She says, “You can have your indyref,” and he says, “Absolutely fine.” The First Minister has dragged Kezia Dugdale on to her ground. Given what she has seen of Mr...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (3 Oct 2019)

Jackson Carlaw: The real shame is a First Minister who is prepared to conspire to make Jeremy Corbyn the Prime Minister of this country. Once again—and typically—the First Minister confirms that there has not been a referendum this century the result of which she is prepared to accept, support or implement. That is not democracy. Let us just examine for a moment the First Minister’s plan and the...

Questions to the Mayor of London — The Right to Protest: The Right to Protest (16 Oct 2020)

Peter Whittle: On 29 August 2020, Piers Corbyn was slapped with a £10,000 fine for his part in the 'Unite for Freedom' rally on Saturday which saw thousands descend on Trafalgar Square in a protest against extending the Covid emergency measures. The 73-year-old stated on Twitter that he had been handed the fixed penalty fine as ‘organiser’1. If Piers Corbyn was fined £10,000 for ‘breaking COVID...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (13 Jul 2016)

David Cameron: not making this up, I promise—on 16 September 2015 from someone called Judith, and she said this: “Please, please keep dignity, and not triumphalism during the first PMQs today with Jeremy Corbyn.” She gave this reason: “Tom Watson, who may oust Jeremy Corbyn…is a very different kettle of fish. He is experienced, organised and far more dangerous in the long run.” She goes...

EU Withdrawal - Motion to Take Note (13 Feb 2019)

Lord Taverne: ...wish and the policies favoured by the Labour membership and supporters, unfortunately, a small group of ideologues has captured the party and defies the view of the vast majority of its members. Corbyn and his clique support Brexit, and even seek ways of making common cause with Theresa May to achieve it, whereas the membership opposes Brexit, and is in favour of remain and a new vote....

Uk’S Withdrawal from the European Union (13 Mar 2019)

Michael Gove: I said before the hon. Gentleman was better than Jeremy Corbyn and he proved by his intervention that he is much, much better than Jeremy Corbyn. I do not agree with the hon. Gentleman on everything, but I do think it is right that we have dialogue across this House. We are in an uncomfortable position. I was an enthusiastic supporter of the Prime Minister’s deal. It commanded more votes...

Further Discussions with the European Union under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union - Motion to Take Note (27 Feb 2019)

Lord Keen of Elie: ...sorry to inform him that, as and when he arrives in purgatory, he may find that it is actually indefinite. He had better proceed with a degree of care in that context. He made an allusion to Mr Corbyn as a “schoolboy”. I do not want to take the allusion too far, but I will refer to one well-known fictional schoolboy called William, who said you cannot have a referendum if you do not...

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