Tories slam Corbyn’s anti-terror record
Security Minister Ben Wallace accused Jeremy Corbyn of a “desperate promise and evasive soundbites”, Politics Home reports. In a speech, the Labour leader condemned police cuts.
Mr Wallace responded by saying: “This was a hastily-arranged speech designed to help Jeremy Corbyn run from his record on counter-terrorism policy, but it failed.”
Adding: “He has boasted about opposing every single counter-terrorism law, opposed the use of shoot to kill, and gave cover to the IRA when they bombed and shot our citizens.”
“Voters will judge him on his views and actions in the last 30 years, not his desperate promises and evasive soundbites three days out from polling day.”
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