Published: Sun, March 18, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Boris Johnson Reveals What He Said To Jeremy Corbyn In Parliament

Boris Johnson Reveals What He Said To Jeremy Corbyn In Parliament

She went on: "May I just though take this opportunity of reminding him that I think he raised a case about Georgina with me last October and hasn't written to me about that particular case".

Russian former spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and daughter Yulia Skripal, 33, remain critically ill in hospital, 11 days after they were found unconscious on a bench in Salisbury, Wiltshire.

But writing in the Guardian on Friday (March 16), Mr Corbyn said that "a connection to Russian mafia-like groups that have been allowed to gain a toehold in Britain can not be excluded".

Mr Corbyn received criticism from Conservatives and some of his own MPs after his team raised doubts about who was responsible for the attack that has raised global hostilities between Russian Federation and the west.

While Corbyn did say a "robust dialogue" was needed with Russian Federation, his stance sits uneasily with his past left-wing activities, and comes just weeks after the papers were filled with reports - denied by the Labour leader - that he fed intelligence to a Czech agent in the 1980s.

Owen Smith, who once challenged MR Corbyn for the leadership but was later taken into the Shadow Cabinet, tweeted his support for an editorial in The Guardian. And Owen Smith has endorsed an editorial in The Guardian which describes Corbyn's response to the prime minister yesterday as "dispiriting".

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Labour lawmaker Stephen Kinnock, a critic of Corbyn, said there was "a fundamental need for a debate in our party about our world view".

Pressed on whether Moscow was being framed, he suggested the attack could have been carried out by another former Soviet state.

Theresa May had been right to identify that Russian Federation had either ordered a state-sponsored attack on the Skripals or had lost control of its nerve agent, he added.

"Yesterday, we agreed that the evidence overwhelmingly points to those two alternatives".

He was first seen outside the Crown and Mitre Hotel in the city centre and was joined by leader of Carlisle City Council Colin Glover and Labour's prospective parliamentary candidate Ruth Alcroft. "There can and should be the basis for a common political response to this crime".

The Labour leader chose to direct his ire at May's Conservative Party, who he said accepted more than £800,000 in donations from Russian oligarchs.

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"There is a Labour tradition that understands that and it has been understood by prime ministers of all parties who have stood at that despatch box".

The PM criticised the Opposition leader's spokesman from the despatch box.

Speaking to lobby hacks in the post-PMQs briefing, Seumas Milne said: "I think obviously the government has access to information and intelligence on this matter which others don't; however, also there's a history in relation to WMD and intelligence which is problematic to put it mildly".

Asked whether Corbyn was concerned that his backbenchers felt differently about Russia's culpability, he replied: "In these kinds of cases, there are often initial reactions which aren't later backed up by reality or facts".

Mr Corbyn faced criticism after failing to offer his support in Parliament on Wednesday to Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats.

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