Burnham Would Quit Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet Over Nato

A taste of things to come after September 12? Andy Burnham has promised to resign in protest if Corbyn pushes ahead with his mental plan to leave Nato:

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Nicky Campbell: “Straight question: If you were in the Shadow Cabinet and the policy of the Shadow Cabinet with Jeremy Corbyn was leaving Nato, would you resign?

Andy Burnham: “Yes.”

NC: “So you’d be in the Shadow Cabinet for about a week. So you couldn’t be in a Jeremy Corbyn Shadow Cabinet.”

AB: “Well with all respect to Jeremy one person doesn’t impose a policy on an entire party within week one.”

NC: “Week two maybe.”

This is what Jezza said to the FT: “I think Nato is a cold war product, I think Nato historically should have shut up shop in 1990 along with the Warsaw Pact” and to the Staggers: “I’d rather we weren’t in it”. Popcorn…




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