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Montevideo, January 17th 2022 - 19:36 UTC
Yanis Varoufakis, the self-described “erratic Marxist” who took Greece to the brink of a Euro zone exit by battling creditors over the conditions for a bailout, has got a new role: advising Britain’s opposition Labour Party. Read full article
As both are exemplary failure clowns, they are made for each other. Corbyn might do well to hire Kicillof as well.
And posters here like to argue that the UK is fine
just yearns to share that glass coffin wit Stalin.
“We both want to see an economic strategy around anti-austerity, and we’re both very concerned about the activities and power of the European Central Bank,” Corbyn, 66, said
Neither wish to face reality.
Compared with Argentina or any of the other Latam countries we are a well-run paradise.. Your jealousy is obvious.
Corbyn is welcome to have anyone as an advisor...even CFK. When it comes to vote in the next election he can stand on his principles and fail miserably.
Jealous of the UK?
You must be joking.
To be fair here,
great Britain is great, and it could be better and more prosperous than it is,
the problem sadly and it seems to be a fact,
we are still a nation of hard working honest people, still lead by anti British donkeys.
just ask David and his asses.
You're still living in the 70's
Looks to me like the UK is...
You need another Thatcher before you've done so much damage to the economy and psyche of the Society you can't turn back.
Well, it won't be Corbyn at any rate.
Looks like the UK has a pretty good idea that the welfare state model of the 70's won't work.
It's ok, I understand you are just here to provoke us with insults.
Two wrongs doesn't make a right,
but two nuts make a coconut.
20. Mom, so dramatic. Why do you always but in and add absolutely nothing to the conversation?
12 D. Trump
Tell me I'm wrong, Troll.
Varoufakis denies the story:
”I was never asked (nor would have I accepted if asked) to be an advisor to Jeremy Corbyn or his team. As a full time politician, and initiator of DiEM25 ( Democracy In Europe Movement) it is not my job to advise other politicians. Engaging with parties and organisations across Europe is another matter. It is in this “capacity” that I am involved in Britain with Jeremy Corbyn, his Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, and also politicians from other political parties, including Caroline Lucas (Greens) and my good friend Norman Lamont (Conservative).”
@14 - good contribution - thanks. Seems like much now on the topic
will do what corbyn has always done,
but he wont get into government.
There will always be positions for erratic marxists in the universities and the cake shops.
He will probably work for Mr Blair,
Corbyn is a fool. It's like he's purposely trying to stop himself getting into government.
Jeremy Corbyn accused of 'rewriting history' after deleting hundreds of articles and speeches from his website
One of the articles, which The Telegraph has tracked down in internet archives, bemoaned the Lisbon Treaty and the unaccountable nature of the deal struck with the EU
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