Cameron’s Attack on Corbyn and “A Bunch of Migrants”

Only Corbyn could have missed today’s Google open goal at PMQs. This was Cameron’s punchy three-pronged put down:

“They met with the unions and they gave them flying pickets.

They met with the Argentinians and they gave them the Falkland Islands.

They met with a bunch of migrants in Calais and they said they could all come to Britain.

The only people they never stand up for are the British people and hard-working taxpayers.”

Corbyn missed the chance to hit back, but expect Labour to jump on the outrage bus about that “bunch of migrants” line…

UPDATE: The Guardian was quick to jump on the outrage bus, reporting that his comments were callous and dehumanising. Except when they do it:

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