Letters: R Mortimer, September 9, 2015

Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech at the Burston Strike Rally. ANL-150609-174718001

Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech at the Burston Strike Rally. ANL-150609-174718001

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The media is watching the fight for the Labour party leadership with apprehension.

In a democracy everyone is entitled to freedom of speech and expression of opinions.

Mr Corbyn, in the eyes of many disillusioned Labour followers, is the saviour of the party with a vision to restore them to power. Sitting with Gerry Adams and telling him he believes in a United Ireland after 30 years of blood shed and hundreds of people dead or injured is a recipe for another 30 years of blood shed and more people killed, including our servicemen and woman.

He has now got both sides checking their armouries ready for the off. Pulling out of NATO – is that another bright idea when the world has so many conflicts going on in different countries? The fighting factions would hold a celebration party. Getting rid of our nuclear deterrent – the SNP leader would be pleased she would see 4,000 people out of work and the UK with its pants down. Palestinians and Hamas come into the fray now against Israel. I suppose Gerry Adams would go to their war cabinet with Mr Corbyn. Considering the Labour party left the country with no money in the bank and was thrashed in the general elections, good luck, Mr Corbyn. Do not forget we are British and a democracy not Marxist.

I am sure Putin will welcome you.

R Mortimer

Lynn