Amit Roy: Boris calls the kettle ‘monstrous’ after familiar Corbyn terrorism speech


By Amit Roy Amit Roy Jeremy Corbyn last week made a speech linking British foreign policy to home-grown terrorism of the kind perpetrated by Salman Abedi, the 22-year-old suicide bomber who was of Libyan heritage but born and brought up in Manchester. Boris Johnson, now foreign secretary, condemned the speech as “monstrous” while others accused Corbyn of being “the terrorist’s friend”. But Corbyn, who is new to the foreign affairs game – witness his naïve comments on Kashmir and Operation Blue Star in the Labour party manifesto – was merely repeating what Boris himself had said in the aftermath of the 7/7 suicide bombings in London which were carried out by four young Britons, three…

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