Actually, Corbyn was asked his opinions on the future of the Falklands by interviewers like Andrew Marr who made it an issue and then has the cheek to say Corbyn's "stuck in the 70's" afterwards because he gives a straight answer, it's not something Corbyn has pushed to the forefront of the agenda.MistressRani wrote:Yeh and thank goodness Corbyn is discussing the important issues for voters like the Falkland Islands. FFS why doesn't he just say it's up to the islanders and make this a non-issue rather than another reason not to vote for him. The guy is a strategic disaster.
And Corbyn is right, the Islanders have the ultimate say in self-determination, but a thawing of relations with Argentina and opening of trade links with that country would benefit the islanders a huge amount, the fact that all of their imports come from the UK is not only prohibitively expensive but a ridiculous waste of resource.
Presumably Rani would rather walk 10 miles in the pissing rain to get a pint of milk because of a dispute he had with the corner shop 4 doors away from himself almost 35 years ago.