Why wouldn’t Jeremy Corbyn form any electoral pacts to oust the Tories in seats where non-labour or non-conservative candidates could’ve won?


This is my answer to this Question on Quora

Unlike the Conservatives and the Lib Dems Jeremy Corbyn has a vision, a plan and a set of Policies for the People of the United Kingdom.

Jeremy Corbyn knows what he wants for the People of the United Kingdom and he will not compromise his Principles.

His vision for the United Kingdom is one which involves all Peoples in a regeneration of a Society that cares for those who are unable to care for themselves.

For too long the United Kingdom has been run as a human balance sheet. Instead of providing Policies that provide a dynamic Economy the U.K has had to endure a very narrow Economic Strategy that cuts spending rather than creates efficiencies and new methods of investment. Cutting Costs is not an efficiency. It often retains systems that were and are inefficient and become more so when starved of optimum resources.

Anybody can cut costs by reducing services and spending on much needed social infrastructure. We do not need a Government for that.

What we need is new ideas. However, Theresa May and her Cabinet are spectacular in their ability to ignore new thinking – they have made it into a Olympic Sport for which they have the Gold.

I do not support all of Corbyn’s economic ideas but what I do support is an end to the thinking that it is the people who must suffer the failure of economic policy and not the Government.

The Conservatives have torn this country apart. Brexit is a nightmare made by the Conservatives. Their failure to put in place an Economic Plan for Post-Brexit is a testimony to their inability to see outside the Ivory Tower of a Party who to put it bluntly ‘Do not have a Clue’.

Jeremy Corbyn will not water down his Vision for the U.K by forming electoral pacts as that will mean he has to accept a Vision that he and his Party do not want.

What this Country needs today and not tomorrow is a General Election with a result that places Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10 Downing Street.


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