Was Jeremy Corbyn Involved In The Good Friday Agreement

Now we should think about how I could apologize to him for not answering my question in the last six months, when I asked him half a dozen times. No, nothing comes to mind, but it was so good to answer ENFIN AND give such a detailed and exhaustive answer when he finally did, and nothing held back. And he obviously had no reason not to do it before, so why DID he…… Oh, that`s what he`ll avoid answering, isn`t it! As chairman of the Labour Party, Mr Corbyn has been more cautious on the Irish issue. Thursday`s visit to Belfast was his first since his election in 2015. The visit was preceded by a press outrage now known, after his spokesman confirmed that Mr Corbyn continued to support the Irish agreement while stressing that he was doing so as part of the 1998 agreement. The agreement stipulates that a united Ireland can only be achieved by the separate and simultaneous voices of both parts of Ireland and that, as long as this happens, the Union of Northern Ireland with Great Britain is legitimate. But Mr Corbyn`s record so far inevitably allowed DUP unionists to mock him this week because he was unwilling to condemn the atrocities committed by the IRA or hit his victims. Do you feel that the conservative agreement and the alliance with the DUP are undermining the Good Friday agreement? Trade unionists also did not support the agreement, including some Conservative MPs, and the only major parties in Northern Ireland that supported it were the SDLP and the Alliance Party. At the time, there were very few honest MPs on the Conservative side, but a number of good Labour. Tony Benn was an exceptional character, but everyone`s choice was Jeremy Corbyn.

Due to his efforts to agree on the details of the repatriation of prisoners to their country of origin, I was released prematurely and was able to return a new sheet. I am an old man now and I still run my own small business. I have grandchildren and great-grandchildren. It`s a straw item. It starts with an outlier from a guy on Twitter, who everyone knows is fake, and then we take it apart and pretend we`ve taken apart a much more complex and nuanced story. What is interesting is the comment number 6 of someone who was there — which tells us a little bit more about what Corbyn did. As a person who lived in Belfast at the time and worked a little together, Corbyn`s “I condemn all parties in the same way” approach was standard training for all those who were really interested in building peace.