So I've been looking at Jeremy Corbyn's website found here to try and get a look into what the Labor Party might be about when the next election comes around.
1) Nothing on immigration and it's management. Seems a bit odd not to comment on the most contentious subject of the last 4 years of British politics.
2) Shows no understanding of how the NHS debt management is run. He asks - in parliament I should add - if the Government could terminate contracts within the NHS. Surely any idiot knows you cant just go back on a contract you as a country signed.
It should also be noted that most of the problems he talks about within the NHS are actualy a result of new labor overspending. See here
3) Says he wants a stronger British economy despite potentially blocking Heathrow expansion
4) Supports rent caps, despite several economists discussing "that capping rents would drive professional landlords out of the rental market and push down standards" Who in their right mind would go into buy-to-let when your profits are capped?!
Obviously you can tell from what I've written here that I'm anti labor. Can somebody who is maybe not so anti-labor enlighten me as to why he's the front runner in the Labor leadership race. Thanks in advance.