Jeremy Corbyn accused of being unfit to run the country while he was on the brink of bankruptcy

JEremy Corbyn was accused of being unfit to run the country when he had almost lost his home and was on the brink of bankruptcy.

A new book claims that the Labor leader has almost recovered ownership of his house after accumulating £ 30,000 in debt while his family moved to a smaller property.

He also claims that Mr. Corbyn abandoned his vegetarian diet after being served a meat dish at a dinner with Fidel Castro in Cuba and that he was planning to retire to Wiltshire to keep bees there before to become leader of the party.

The claims of investigator Tom Bower in Dangerous Hero immediately prompted Corbyn's detractors to denounce the Labor leader.

Brandon Lewis, President of the …

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