A Labor official recorded: "We have no chance of elections, do not suffer Corbin"
John Ashworth, the party's spokesman for health, said in a conversation with a conservative activist leaked that outside the big cities, the party's situation is "dismal" on the eve of the election. He said, "They don't like Johnson, but they can't stand Corbin." After publication, he tried to repair damages: "We will win"
A Labor official recorded: "We have no chance of elections, do not suffer Corbin"Photo: Reuters, Edit: Shaul Adam
A senior Labor party member has been taped saying his party has no chance of winning the election on Thursday. The private conversation held by John Ashworth, spokesman for the health party, was leaked to the Gido Fox News site. Labor is lagging behind Prime Minister Boris Johnson's conservative party in polls ahead of elections that are set to decide the fate of the Barcasit and what the world's fifth largest economy will look like.
Ashworth said the situation in the race for seats outside major cities was "bleak," and blamed it on the policy of the largest opposition party in the kingdom over barracks, as well as the way Jeremy Corbin's leader was perceived by voters.
"I just can't see it happening," Ashworth said, when asked how to prepare for Corbin to be prime minister. Apparently, the catching call before US President Donald Trump's visit to London last week. "If you are in small towns in the Midlands and the North, things are sad there. They don't like Johnson, but they can't stand Corbin and they think Labor has blocked the barracks."Good to Know (Promoted Content) Good to Know (Promoted Content)
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The public blames Labor for curbing the Barcasit. Corbin (Photo: Reuters)
Jeremy Corbyn, Labor leader (Photo: Reuters)
"Guido Fox" is a critical anti-Corbyn site that declares its purpose is to fight political persecution, corruption and hypocrisy. Ashworth did not deny the contents of the recording, but claimed the conversation was "joking" with an old friend who was previously active in the Conservative Party.
"We're going to win this election," he declared in an interview with the BBC. "I kind of joked with my conservative boyfriend - at least I thought he was a boyfriend."