The audience member desperately tried to tell the panel why Mr Corbyn failed so badly last year. Appearing on Thursday’s show was the Labour leadership hopeful Emily Thornberry. Directing his comment to Ms Thornberry, the audience member pleaded with the Islington South and Finsbury MP to “just agree” sometimes with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
He said: “I think that one of the things Jeremy Corbyn has done which I think is very bad, is that he has never agreed with anything that Boris Johnson or Theresa May has ever said.
“I think if you are made leader you should at least sometimes say, ‘yeah – I agree with you on this point’ instead of saying ‘no I don’t agree’.
“And obviously, he must be right sometimes Boris Johnson.“
Ms Thornberry looked stunned as she watched the audience member deliver his impassioned plea.
During the debate, Ms Thornberry discussed her own personal ambitions and what Labour would look like under her stewardship.
She told the audience: “I think what’s important is politicians always listen.
“I think Labour has been listening to everyone in all our communities.
“I think what happened in last general election was a monumental mistake.”
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