'You'd have more chance of winning if your dad came back', former soldier tells Neil Kinnock's son
Added 12-14-19 05:36:03am EST - “The man said he disagreed with Jeremy Corbyn's support for 'terrorists'. Neil Kinnock won just 229 seats in 1987 General Election - as many as 29 more than the current Labour leader.” - Dailymail.co.uk
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A Question Time audience member blasted 'offensive' Jeremy Corbyn and told Neil Kinnock's son that his father could have won more seats.
A former soldier raged against the Labour leader during a special edition of the programme yesterday following the party's annihilation in its northern heartlands.
Stephen Kinnock, the son of the former leader who led the party from 1983 to 1992, was panelist on the show last night as the man slated Corbyn for his election defeat.
Neil Kinnock managed to hold to a grim 229 seats in the 1987 general election, 26 more than Corbyn, who led the party to its worst result for more than 80 years.
Aiming his statement at Kinnock, who managed to hold on to his Welsh Aberavon seat, the man said: 'I'm a former soldier in the British Army and I'm offended by your leader's comments, associations with terrorists etc.
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