HE thinks our borders must be thrown open, upset his wives with his obvious misogyny – and may’t run a family, not to mention a country, in accordance to a bombshell new book about Jeremy Corbyn.
Investigative journalist Tom Bower’s new book Harmful Hero began its serialisation within the Mail on Sunday yesterday – and listed here are a few of its juiciest revelations.
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Jeremy Corbyn’s wife No2 Claudia Bracchitta provides an account of her ‘lonely marriage’ to the leftie firebrand
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn jogging and stretching at Finsbury Park on Sunday, February 10
CLUTCHING her three youngsters close, Jeremy Corbyn’s spouse waited for her husband in Westminster’s central foyer… and waited, and waited.
After two depressing hours, Labour MP Tony Banks noticed tearful Claudia Bracchitta standing by the wall, and she or he defined that her husband had promised to meet her however had failed to present.
Banks bustled off, and eventually discovered the Marxist politician in a committee room.
He urged Corbyn: “You’d better come out and look after your children.”
But Corbyn didn’t seem too troubled by the thought of his forlorn, ready household.
And Banks was not stunned — his colleague’s own interests all the time appeared to come far forward of these of his household.
Banks defined: “When pushed to have a day off, Jeremy’s idea was to take his partner to Highgate Cemetery and study the grave of Karl Marx.”
Claudia, a Chilean exile, additionally discovered herself struggling to afford meals and clothes for their three boys in the course of the 11-year marriage, as the family’s money was poured into political ends.
When she sometimes tried to put her foot down — mentioning the potential of hiring a cleaner, for instance — she was sneered at for her “bourgeois tendencies” by Corbyn’s leftie cronies.
Holidays may be a sad and lonely affair.
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(L – R) MP’s Joan Ruddock, Jeremy Corbin, Diane Abbott at an indication outdoors The Division of Transport towards new street proposals
‘Jez confirmed Abbott off’
SHORTLY after his first spouse Jane Chapman walked out on him in 1979, Corbyn began a relationship with Diane Abbott, now the Shadow Home Secretary.
And he seemed keen to show her off, bringing two fellow campaigners back to his bedsit on the premise of stocking up on leaflets. They walked in to find a naked lady on the mattress.
One of the guests recalled: “There on the mattress on the floor in the one room is Diane with the duvet up to her neck, saying, ‘What the ****’s going on?’ We were quite shaken.” As Abbott tried to shield her modesty, Corbyn introduced she was his new girlfriend.
The source continued: “It was the late Seventies, it was still a point of interest, a white man with a black woman, so he was slightly showing off – ‘I’ve got a new girlfriend, and she’s black’.”
On the time Abbott was working on the Nationwide Council for Civil Liberties.
When colleagues went by way of her desk they discovered an eyebrow-raising sexual fantasy scrawled in her diary. In it she described being man- dealt with by her lover Corbyn – “a bearded Fenian and NUPE national organiser”.
The loved-up pair went on a motorcycle tour of East Germany, whereas Abbott has described her “finest half-hour” as romping in a Cotswold subject with a thriller man, believed to be Corbyn.
Writer Bower claims the connection broke down because Abbott needed youngsters but he did not.
On one event, according to the new book, the family was invited to spend every week at a pal’s country home in Derbyshire, however Corbyn failed to show.
For 36 hours, Claudia referred to as round making an attempt to monitor him down.
He ultimately arrived two days later, vaguely explaining his absence as a needed sacrifice for “the movement”.
Even when Claudia was in hospital about to give start to their first baby in 1987, Corbyn was more involved with native leafletting.
He was operating for re-election at the time, and phoned constituency agent Keith Veness from outdoors the delivery room with an essential update.
Corbyn introduced: “I’m really worried — we haven’t put out that leaflet about Northern Ireland.”
His good friend replied: “Haven’t you got something more serious to worry about?”
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Corbyn had met Claudia in 1986 — seven years after his divorce from first wife Jane Chapman — at a protest assembly towards Chile’s army dictatorship.
Claudia was already married but, by the next yr, she was pregnant with Corbyn’s baby and rushed by way of a divorce to marry her new admirer.
They went on to have three boys — Sebastian, Benjamin and Thomas — before calling time on their relationship in 1999.
Corbyn managed to give the cut up a political spin, declaring the break was down to Claudia refusing to send their son to a failing complete and he “felt strongly about comprehensive education”.
But fellow Labour firebrand Ken Livingstone claims the marriage ended “long before the school bit”.
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Jane Chapman, Professor of Communications on the College of Lincoln, was Jeremy Corbyn’s first wife from 1974-1979
‘No concept of my feelings’
JEREMY Corbyn married first wife Jane Chapman in 1974, simply three months after they first met while both operating to be Labour councillors in Haringey, North London.
She recalled: “Jeremy professed love early on and said that I was ‘the best of the best’, so I thought this must be the thing.”
However the 23-year-old bride shortly discovered that “her husband was not interested in equality within marriage, or in sharing any domestic chores”.
Regardless of the 2 of them both being councillors, she discovered herself doing the home tasks and being caught alone in their small flat night time after night time.
When Corbyn did arrive in supper time, he would typically open a tin of beans, often Tesco’s personal brand, and eat them chilly.
On livelier evenings, he would sit on the ground drunkenly singing IRA songs. Jane’s requests to go out were ignored.
In the meantime, she was shocked that the opinionated “thinker” did not read a single book during their years together.
Writer Tom Bower writes: “Her initial judgment that he was ‘bright’ was mistaken.”
Holidays were also grim — with his concept of a summer time getaway being a tour with his wife of an impoverished Japanese bloc country, sleeping in tents. The wedding led to 1979, with Corbyn patronisingly placing the cut up down to a “feminist kick”.
Chapman, now a college professor and filmmaker, stated: “He didn’t acknowledge my emotional side. He doesn’t recognise a woman’s feelings.”
She added: “His lack of emotional awareness didn’t change.”
And, in his new book, writer Tom Bower claims it was a result of Corbyn’s poor financial management. Corbyn was funding his get together office in Holloway, North London, out of his own pocket and was significantly in debt.
Claudia and their three younger sons were left with so little money for meals and clothes that she as soon as pleaded: “We can’t afford a decent life.”
Ultimately, after the couple cut up, the family home in Islington, North London, was bought for £365,000 (£730,000 immediately) to pay off the debts.
Claudia and the boys moved into the highest flooring of a smaller home, with Corbyn within the basement. There he had a collection of flings with younger ladies, in accordance to Bower’s book, out on February 21.
His success with the other sex confused many, with one previous good friend telling him: “You couldn’t pull all these women if you weren’t an MP. They wouldn’t be interested in an old man with a beard.”
Immigration worry ‘racist’
ANYONE who is towards opening up Britain’s borders to immigrants is deemed racist in Corbyn’s thoughts, according to Tom Bower.
The biographer explains that in the Labour chief’s opinion “all immigrant communities were victims of white imperialists, and the British state owed them a financial obligation. Anyone who disagreed was racist”.
The hard-Left MP for North Islington was much more understanding when it came to Soviet communist leaders oppressing others.
His previous pal Keith Veness stated Corbyn believed Soviet leaders had rightly put down a revolt in Hungary in 1956 and the pro-democracy Prague Spring in 1968.
And when Veness talked about Joseph Stalin’s brutality towards his own individuals, he says: “Jeremy walked away. He couldn’t do political arguments.”
In the extract from his book in yesterday’s Mail on Sunday, writer Bower additionally portrays Corbyn’s social gathering as an anarchic mess where neither the chief nor lots of his overpaid workforce turn up for conferences on time.
He writes: “Meetings arranged to start at 9am were delayed because no one arrived until 11, and some staff did not come to work at all.” An insider informed the writer: “They were lazy and p***ed on £100,000 a year.”
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In the meantime, in the identical yr as his divorce, Corbyn met Mexican ex-human rights lawyer Laura Alvarez, 20 years his junior.
They carried out a long-distance relationship before she moved to the UK in 2011, they usually wed the following yr.
Laura has not often spoken about their relationship — but, in 2016, gave a telling insight into marriage with the proud leftie: “He’s not very good at housework.”
The Chief of the Opposition with wife No3, Mexican ex-human rights lawyer Laura Alvarez, 20 years his junior
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Aspiring Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn when he was a Labour activist and councillor with Les Silverstone in September 1975
Seb, Benjamin and Tommy Corbyn during their father’s speech at the Labour Celebration annual convention on September 26, 2018
Ben Corbyn (left) and Thomas Corbyn (right), the sons o along with his spouse Laura Alvarez, applaud during his first keynote speech on day three of the Labour Get together annual conference at the Brighton Centre in Brighton, Sussex