She said: “He wasn’t nervous, he delivered the questions in a more powerful way than previous leaders and David Cameron didn’t really know what to do with him – we are in a different game now and I am enjoying it”.
You could argue that it’s their business, but unfortunately since he’s given her a Shadow Cabinet job, the tabloids claim public interest.
More seriously, a member of his entourage was alleged to have assaulted a BBC cameraman outside Corbyn’s home.
Mr Corbyn has endured a turbulent first week at the helm of the party with the row over his failure to sing God Save The Queen at the ceremony marking the war dead at St Paul’s Cathedral dominating headlines. People like me have been waiting a long time for someone to come along and offer this kind of politics and it is important to stand behind him.
The new Labour leader has been criticised for appointing a peer to his front bench who admitted to a court to putting lives in danger after deliberately setting a curtain on fire in 2005 at Edinburgh’s 17th Century Prestonfield House Hotel where he was attending the glitzy Scottish Politician of the Year awards. “The heroism of the RAF in the Battle of Britain is something to which we all owe an enormous debt of gratitude”.
The left-winger’s election as Labour leader has seen support for the party go up by one point but the Conservatives are still 12 points ahead on 42%, the research also found. But perhaps that is what the people want.
He said Labour backed a return of the 50p income tax rate, saying this would be debated within the party, but was not advocating pulling out of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation .
The newspaper said he would fund moderate figures prepared to launch a centrist party or defect to the Liberal Democrats.
Mr Corbyn’s rise to Labour leader has sent shockwaves through British politics.
Ms Champion said the diverse range of shadow cabinet views evident this week do not look good but Mr Corbyn needed to be given a “a bit of grace”.
Mr Corbyn also said that he would not attempt to dictate policy in other areas, including his personal opposition to the Trident nuclear deterrent or welfare cap, where he has clashed with members of his top team.
“To use the words he did so explicitly back then, they don’t sound like chance remarks in the hope that he was assisting the peace process”, he said.
If the Prime Minister’s deal was unacceptable, he said: “What I would do is strongly oppose what Cameron has done and say we have to stay in Europe to change those policies and that would be a manifesto commitment up to 2020″.
The controversy over the anthem issue overshadowed the build-up to Corbyn’s much-anticipated first clash with Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron in a weekly question-and-answer session in parliament.
Not only because he has killed off and upset the entire New Labour movement and all its cronies, but he’s got all the parties, even his own, running scared due to his popularity.