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UK News Labour tries to 'weaponise' Donald Trump's UK visit: Jeremy Corbyn renews his attack on US president over NHS trade deal after blaming Special Relationship for London Bridge attack

17:15  03 december  2019
17:15  03 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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UK visit : Jeremy Corbyn renews his attack on US president over NHS trade deal after blaming Special Relationship for London Bridge attack . yesterday, the Labour leader effectively blamed the Special Relationship for the London Bridge terror attack - despite pleas for politicians to avoid

Responding to the London Bridge attack in a speech in York, Corbyn will praise the “extraordinary bravery” of the public in confronting the attacker. Corbyn will criticise cuts and warn that real security cannot be done “on the cheap”. His comments come as the prime minister announces that he will

Jeremy Corbyn is desperately trying to 'weaponise' Donald Trump for the election campaign today as the US president attends the NATO summit.

In an extraordinary campaign video yesterday, the Labour leader effectively blamed the Special Relationship for the London Bridge terror attack - despite pleas for politicians to avoid politicising the atrocity.

And after demanding Boris Johnson stops 'clinging on to Donald Trump's coat tails', Mr Corbyn has now written to the US president urging him to guarantee he will not try to increase NHS drugs prices.

Mr Johnson has forged a warm allliance with Mr Trump, but Tories are nervous that an outburst from his fellow leader at the two-day summit could disrupt the election campaign. The PM is set to duck a bilateral meeting with the president, although the pair are likely to hold talks 'in the margins'.

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US President Donald Trump has said he could "work with anybody" in No 10 - nine days ahead of a general election. Most importantly, we heard Donald Trump seeking to counter what has become one of the main attack lines of the Labour Party and Jeremy Corbyn during this campaign, that if

Donald Trump has turned down a request from Jeremy Corbyn to meet during his state visit , calling Labour ' s leader "somewhat of a negative force". The US president said he had been approached by Mr Corbyn , who boycotted Monday' s banquet held in his honour. Explaining his refusal, Mr Trump

The latest salvo came as Mr Corbyn - who is expected to go to a Buckingham Palace reception being hosted by the Queen for NATO leaders this evening - struggles to overhaul the Tory advantage in the polls.

A Kantar survey today showed the Conservatives increasing their lead to 12 points, with just nine days to go until the country votes.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Jeremy Corbyn (pictured in central London today) is desperately trying to 'weaponise' Donald Trump for the election campaign as the US president attends the NATO summit © Provided by Daily Mail Jeremy Corbyn (pictured in central London today) is desperately trying to 'weaponise' Donald Trump for the election campaign as the US president attends the NATO summit a group of people on a sidewalk: In an extraordinary campaign video yesterday, the Labour leader (pictured today at the University of London) effectively blamed the Special Relationship for the London Bridge terror attack - despite pleas for politicians to avoid politicising the atrocity © Provided by Daily Mail In an extraordinary campaign video yesterday, the Labour leader (pictured today at the University of London) effectively blamed the Special Relationship for the London Bridge terror attack - despite pleas for politicians to avoid politicising the atrocity

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JEREMY Corbyn is the Leader of Her Majesty’ s Opposition. Last night he snubbed the Queen’ s state banquet to welcome US President Donald Trump at The giant, orange inflatable baby Trump blimp that first appeared during his 2018 visit has been flying over Trafalgar Square since the late morning

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn branded Trump ' s remarks as “an entirely unacceptable interference in our country's democracy.” Trump has been less than complimentary of Corbyn , revealing that he would have “to know” the socialist leader before authorizing US intelligence to share sensitive secrets with a

The Labour election video yesterday showed images including flowers next to the road sign in the capital, with a soundtrack of Mr Corbyn condemning Western aggression for fuelling terrorism and emotional music.

Mr Corbyn tweeted the video along with a message that Mr Johnson should 'stop clinging on to Donald Trump's coat-tails'.

Mr Corbyn has a long record of opposing US influence throughout 30 years as a relatively obscure Labour backbencher.

He has previously insisted the NATO military alliance should have been scrapped decades ago, dismissed Britain's 'global role', and said nuclear weapons should be unilaterally given up.

Last week MailOnline highlighted a 2014 article by Mr Corbyn's closest aide, Seumas Milne, branding NATO a 'colonial expeditionary force' and calling for US bases in the UK to be closed and personnel sent home.

Last night the Labour leader wrote to Mr Trump demanding that he guarantees the US will not try to push NHS medicine prices up through a post-Brexit trade deal.

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THE LABOUR party is at risk of damaging the special relationship between the UK and US and risking In 2018, Mr Corbyn walked through a demonstration against President Trump ' s visit to the UK The US President and First Lady Melania Trump will meet with members of the royal family at

Donald Trump will arrive in London on December 3 for a summit of NATO members. Making this election about the NHS helps Labour in more ways than simply hammering the Prime Minister. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has a confusing Brexit policy and doesn't cope well with questions on his plan.

However, Mr Corbyn is facing questions over leaked trade documents which experts said had hallmarks of a Russian fake news campaign.

Mr Corbyn published the 451 pages of unredacted, classified files last week to back up his claims of a Tory plot to sell off the NHS. The documents were dismissed as not showing what he said they did.

And experts yesterday claimed the leak resembled a disinformation campaign uncovered this year which originated in Russia.

Researchers at Oxford and Cardiff universities, the Atlantic Council think-tank and social media analytics firm Graphika said the manner in which the files were first leaked online mirrored a campaign called Secondary Infektion.

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: Last night the Labour leader wrote to Mr Trump (pictured in London today) demanding that he guarantees the US will not try to push NHS medicine prices up through a post-Brexit trade deal © Provided by Daily Mail Last night the Labour leader wrote to Mr Trump (pictured in London today) demanding that he guarantees the US will not try to push NHS medicine prices up through a post-Brexit trade deal Donald Trump et al. posing for a picture: Mr Trump and First Lady Melania arrived at Stansted last night for the NATO gathering © Provided by Daily Mail Mr Trump and First Lady Melania arrived at Stansted last night for the NATO gathering

Secondary Infektion, uncovered by the Atlantic Council in June, used fabricated or altered documents to spread fake news across at least 30 online platforms. It stemmed from a network of social media accounts which Facebook said 'originated in Russia'.

Experts warned the similarities with the campaign and the manner in which the NHS documents were published could signal foreign interference in Britain's election.

Ben Nimmo, head of investigations at Graphika, said: 'It's on the same set of websites [as Secondary Infektion], it's using the same types of accounts and making the same language errors. It's either the Russian operation or someone trying hard to look like it.'

A Labour spokesman said: 'Neither the UK nor the US government have denied their authenticity. Given what they reveal, it's not surprising that there are attempts to muddy the waters to cover up what has been exposed.'

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