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Interesting about Corbyn 5 Months ago Karma: 49
He's been MP for Islington North since 1983 with a massive majority (over 20,000) so clearly those who have watched him for 35 years think he's done a pretty good job. Not quite the disaster portrayed in the media.
 
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Re:Interesting about Corbyn 5 Months ago  
JK2006 wrote:
He's been MP for Islington North since 1983 with a massive majority (over 20,000) so clearly those who have watched him for 35 years think he's done a pretty good job. Not quite the disaster portrayed in the media.

I wonder why? (LOL !)

Key points
- Islington had one of the highest child poverty rates in London (38%).

- Islington had one of the highest rates of out of work benefit recipients (12.2%), which may partly be explained by a high proportion of residents with a disability (13%).

- A low proportion of residents in Islington were low paid (12%) and as were a low proportion of jobs (11%) compared to the rest of London.

- In addition, only a small proportion of private renters were claiming housing benefit (12%). Taken together with the previous bullet points, this suggests that the London-wide story of substantial and growing in-work poverty and poverty in the private rented sector is less applicable to Islington.

- Under-attainment at GCSE level among pupils receiving free school meals was the third lowest of London boroughs (45% lacked 5 A*-C GCSEs or equivalent), but the proportion of 19 year olds lacking qualifications was the fifth highest (43% lacked a Level 3 qualification).

www.londonspovertyprofile.org.uk/indicators/boroughs/islington/
 
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Re:Interesting about Corbyn 5 Months ago  
Good article (showing they are all entirely mad !)
 
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