Jeremy Corbyn slammed for blasting Boris Johnson over Supreme Court ruling given his previous ‘support’ of judge-killing IRA terrorists

Jeremy Corbyn slammed for blasting Boris Johnson over Supreme Court ruling given his previous ‘support’ of judge-killing IRA terrorists

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LABOUR chief Jeremy Corbyn was blasted for criticising the PM over the Supreme Court ruling as he has previously “backed” judge-killing IRA terrorists.

The DUP’s deputy leader Nigel Dodds said there will be many families in Northern Ireland who wished Mr Corbyn had spoken out in defence of the judiciary decades ago.

Hypocrite Corbyn was blasted for criticising the PM over the Supreme Court ruling as he has previously 'backed' judge-killing IRA terrorists
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Jeremy Corbyn was blasted for criticising the PM over the Supreme Court ruling as he has previously ‘backed’ judge-killing IRA terrorists[/caption]

Lord Justice Gibson and his wife Cecily were murdered by an IRA roadside bomb at the height of the Troubles in 1987.

Weeks later, then-backbencher Mr Corbyn stood in honour of eight IRA members shot dead by the SAS when they attacked an RUC police base in Co Armagh.

Mr Dodds said: “There will be many people, not least the families of senior judges who were murdered in Northern Ireland, many of them, including the Lord Justice of Appeal, who will wish that the Leader of the Opposition when he supported a terrorist organisation that murdered judges, had really put those words into action much, much ­earlier in his career.

“We talk about respect for the rule of law, it should have been respect for the rule of law through the decades of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.”


The devastating intervention brought the febrile Commons to a standstill – and appeared to leave Mr Corbyn dumbstruck as he sat on the Labour frontbench.

He spent much of the Troubles campaigning to end British rule in Ulster — and for our troops to be pulled out.

He met Gerry Adams and IRA volunteers in the Commons shortly after the Brighton bomb that killed five at the Tory conference in 1984.

Nigel Dodds of the DUP said there will be many families in Northern Ireland who wished Mr Corbyn had spoken out in defence of the judiciary decades ago
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The DUP’s Nigel Dodds said there will be many families in Northern Ireland who wished Mr Corbyn had spoken out in defence of the judiciary decades ago[/caption]

Lord Justice Gibson and his wife Cecily were murdered by an IRA roadside bomb at the height of the Troubles in 1987
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Lord Justice Gibson and his wife Cecily were murdered by an IRA roadside bomb at the height of the Troubles in 1987[/caption]


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