"Buffoon!" - Poulter takes aim at Downing Street hopeful

Ian Poulter

Two weeks today, the UK will go the polls for the country’s third General Election in four-and-a-half years.

One man who won’t be voting for Jeremy Corbyn and his Labour party? Ian Poulter.

The Ryder Cup hero didn’t pull any punches in his appraisal of the man looking to get the keys to 10 Downing Street.

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Responding to a Sky News tweet about Mr. Corbyn early this morning, Poulter let his feelings be known…

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This isn’t the first time, the Englishman has labelled the Labour leader a ‘buffoon’. He did likewise earlier this month.

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Poulter’s compatriot and Ryder Cup teammate Lee Westwood has also criticised Mr. Corbyn over his policies

The General Election will take place on December 12 – the first time the country has gone to the polls to choose a new Government in December since 1923.

 

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