Corbyn’s PMQs Ammo From BBC

At the last PMQs Jeremy Corbyn asked a question from “Rosie“, a fan of the Labour leader who opposes the government on housing. Afterwards, Rosie wrote on her Facebook about why she prefers Jezza to Dave. There are some choice words for the PM.

“Unfortunately, when Jeremy asked David Cameron about my situation, his response was disappointing and misleading. Mr Cameron said he’s ‘delivering for Rosie’ – but he’s definitely not… Jeremy put a strong case forward in my defence by urging the Prime Minister to accept there is a housing crisis and that his weak gesture politics are not enough. It was both saddening and infuriating to listen to Mr Cameron insist that he is doing right by me, when in reality his government is failing my generation.”

Punchy stuff from this Corbynista.

It will come as absolutely no surprise to readers that Rosie in fact works for the BBC:

Indeed, she’s been at the Beeb for three years. When she’s not working as a production coordinator or on commissioning and formats, she’s writing Jezza’s PMQs… 




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