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New Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, although teetotal, appears to be no enemy of pubs.
He held a meeting in the Sanctuary (Fuller's) after his election and I am told that his voting record on pub-related matters is good. In his appointments to the shadow cabinet, Jon Trickett, the MP for Hemsworth West Yorkshire, has been appointed Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government in place of Toby Perkins.
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David B 
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David B

Could be a lively evening if he runs into Nigel Farage in a pub. I imagine a real-ale fuelled political debate could be fun.
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Bob 
Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 
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Bob Henson


I doubt it; Jezza, as we call him, would be inside nursing an orange juice and Farago would be outside puffing like a train.
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Bah, and indeed, Humbug
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Kerr Mudd-John

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