10 ways Jeremy Corbyn will cripple Britain if he wins tomorrow


AS polls refuse to rule out a hung parliament, we look at ten ways Jeremy Corbyn could cripple Britain if he wins tomorrow.

Theresa May’s disastrous 2017 campaign has left a large number of marginal seats, which could pave the way for a Labour government.

Here are ten ways in which the far-left leader could make it a Nightmare on Friday the 13th.

Jeremy Corbyn could ruin Britain by Christmas.


Britain would face months of negotiations on a new Brexit deal, negotiated by Sir Keir Starmer who backs remain and Jeremy Corbyn who doesnt know.

The vote could also be swung to remain, with votes tipped to be given to 16-year-olds and two million EU nationals who couldn’t vote last time.

This could then be followed by yet another Scotland referendum, with the SNP likely to insist on one to make Mr Corbyn Prime Minister.
If he tried to run a minority government, this would see Mr Corbyn unable to do get things through leaving parliament in further deadlock.


John McDonnell has boasted the pound will rise if Labour win the general election.

Despite this, businesses have already pledged to leave, facing higher taxes and their assets being grabbed.

The Conservatives say Labour always leave a financial crisis, but claim Mr Corbyn will cause one by Christmas.


Mr Corbyn has previously labelled terror groups Hamas and Hezbollah as his friends.

He has also expressed sympathy towards the IRA, prompting their victims to urge Labour voters to abandon Jeremy Corbyn.

His own health spokesman, Jon Ashworth has also labelled Mr Corbyn as a security risk, meaning it is not difficult to see how the Labour leader in No10 could make us less safe.


The Chief Rabbi was forced to make an unprecedented intervention into the election, warning the soul of our nation is at stake.

His intervention came before Mr Corbyn was personally accused of 11 acts of anti-Semitism in a damning dossier submitted to Equality chiefs.

The damning evidence came from the Jewish Labour Movements 47-page, 28,000 word submission to the inquiry.

Not only is the Labour leader accused of personally engaging in anti-Semitism, but has also been accused of letting it flourish in his party.


Labour have repeatedly got muddled up with their plans for a four-day week, constantly contradicting each other on whether it applies to the health service.

Mr McDonnell insists it will apply to the NHS, which the Tories say will cripple hospitals already under pressure.

Labours expensive plans for nationalisation of other services could also leave less cash for public services.

Jeremy Corbyn appears to show he’s a champagne socialist


Labour’s plans to tear up anti-strike laws could have been written for them by the trade unions who fund them.

Taking Britain back to the the 1970s, the public would face flying pickets, regular strikes and union barons paralysing the economy at will.


Despite vowing extra taxes only for the top 5%, Mr Corbyn has already been forced to admit low earner will also face higher tax bills.

The Labour leader had insisted only those earning over 80,000 would pay, only for the claims to be rubbished by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.


Labour are plotting to snatch 300 billion of shares in 7,000 large companies.

Some shares would go to staff, the move is also a raid on the pension funds and retirement assets invested in these firms.

This would affect ordinary workers, not the promised “top five per cent”.


In the first 100 days they would nationalise the Royal Mail, railways, energy supply networks, water and sewerage companies.

The CBI reckon that will initially cost 196billion about nine per cent of annual output.

They would then chuck in free broadband for 20billion, a price already dismissed by experts.

All of this comes on the hope Labour can run industry better than private companies.

10: DEBT

Britain is already staring down the barrel of a 1.8 trillion debt.
Despite this, Mr Corbyn and McDonnell plan to add another 400 billion at a rock bottom interest rate.

If the economy tanks, repayment costs will then spike costing Brits a fortune yet again to pay for Labours mistakes.