Category Archives: Excerpts

Chuka and Tristram meet with Tom

From Jeremy and Corbyn, Chapter Twelve – order now on Kindle ‘How the situation has arisen no longer matters,’ said Tom, mashing his pad. Chuka leaned into Tom as he turned a corner, tapping ‘x’ repeatedly. ‘That’s the way Peter sees … Continue reading

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A night at the BBC

From Jeremy and Corbyn, Chapter Five – order now on Kindle Jeremy sighed. At least his friend seemed to have found some spirit, even if he still fudged his words. ‘…rediscover the issues of public service and, err… promotion of council … Continue reading

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Conferences of crocodiles

From Jeremy and Corbyn, Chapter Seven – order now on Kindle Following the announcement of the referendum, Corbyn added his name to an open letter asking the Prime Minister to call a European-wide conference tasked to ‘agree debt cancellation for … Continue reading

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Beggar thy neighbour and more Greek tragedies

From Jeremy and Corbyn, Chapter Six – order now on Kindle ‘I may have been half-asleep, but I heard what you said. Making the economy better for “everybody”. Who exactly is this “everybody”? It’s always the same – you always … Continue reading

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The rod and the solution

Both Jeremy and Corbyn were shocked by the booing the other candidates had received upon refusing to criticise the benefit cuts. Corbyn disagreed with them, of course, but he could not condone such treatment. After all, they were only stating what they absolutely believed in. Continue reading

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