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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

UK Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn forgets how much his childcare plan costs and the interviewer had no mercy on him

It's election season in the UK and Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn who is contesting against Theresa May come June 8 was on BBC Radio recently where he fumbled on a question. He was interviewed by radio host, Barnett who asked how much Labour’s plan for universal free childcare would cost and the Labour leader couldn't answer.
His initial response was, “It will cost…a lot to do that…”. then the question was repeated again and he said: “I’ll give you the figure in a moment.”

But Barnett was relentless, saying: “You’re logging into your iPad. You’ve announced a major policy and you don’t know how much it’ll cost?”
Corbyn eventually pleaded: “Can we come back to that in a moment?”

See the video below:

8 comments:

Jonas said...

see that? these politicians are just mouth and no action. they don't even know the details of what they are promising which means they are all lies. exactly the same as nigeria.

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CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

LOL, reminds me of ese and B.sc saga


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Emeka Izuogu said...

Lol..he just lost the election

ogbonna nwabueze said...

But sometimes one can be tensed up when faced with spontaneous question like she did asking him that he got their manifesto and hypad made him even more confused like my oga at the top.

Vivian Reginalds said...

chai
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RareSpecie Z said...

Fuckin thief talkin bout a retarded Manifesto. Mumu.

2KA said...

This is journalism at its best,exposing a politician's populist policy not considering the cost, so it's up to the electorate if they still want to vote for him after the exposure of his incompetence or not, unlike what obtains in Nigeria where the journalists are in cahoot with the politicians because of personal interests.

2KA said...

This is journalism at its best,exposing a politician's populist policy not considering the cost, so it's up to the electorate if they still want to vote for him after the exposure of his incompetence or not, unlike what obtains in Nigeria where the journalists are in cahoot with the politicians because of personal interests.

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