Jeremy Corbyn faces revolt over election dodging as Labour voters order him to take on Boris Johnson in national poll

Jeremy Corbyn faces revolt over election dodging as Labour voters order him to take on Boris Johnson in national poll

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JEREMY Corbyn is facing a revolt over constant election dodging as Labour voters order him to take on Boris Johnson in a national poll.

Sixty four per cent of Labour voters want to go to the ballot boxes while Mr Corbyn refuses to answer the call.

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Just 28 per cent do not want a snap election and eight per cent remain unsure, the Daily Mail reports.

The figures come after Mr Corbyn was blasted as a “chicken” and “big girl’s blouse” by the PM for ducking a general election.

Yesterday Mr Johnson again threw down the gauntlet and demanded the North Islington MP take him on.

During a clash in the Commons, Boris went on to break with tradition by calling on smaller parties to call a vote of no confidence in him – which could spark the election he desperately wants.

Traditionally only the Leader of the Opposition can do that, but Boris challenged the SNP and Lib Dems too.

“If the party opposite does not have confidence in the Government, they will have a chance to prove it,” he blasted.

“I think the people of this country have had enough.”

If the party opposite does not have confidence in the Government, they will have a chance to prove it.


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He gave them until the end of the day to put a motion down to try and bring him down tomorrow – but no party responded to his call.

The PM fumed that Corbyn’s MPs were a “zombie” party that were determined to who “thumb their noses” at voters over Brexit.

He insisted Parliament would continue to try and block Brexit for as long as they could.

“We will not betray the people who sent us here!” he stormed.


“We will continue to challenge the opposition parties to uphold democracy.”

Boris’ rallying cry came as the poll showed 52 per cent of voters believe the “Establishment” want to stop us from leaving the bloc on October 31.

Just 28 per cent of Brits think they don’t and 20 per cent were not sure.

Boris told MPs that Parliament was now ‘paralysed’ and MPs were acting out ‘political selfishness and cowardice’
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Clueless Jeremy Corbyn was accused of being held captive by his own party
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