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HOME SECRETARY Priti Patel ruthlessly ripped into the prospect of Labour-led government in her speech to the Tory party Conference today as she attacked the prospect of Diane Abbott and Jeremy Corbyn leading Britain.

PUBLISHED: 18:20, Tue, Oct 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 18:44, Tue, Oct 1, 2019

Brexiteer and Cabinet Member Priti Patel received deafening applause as she delivered her speech at the Tory Party Conference. Ms Patel ruthlessly mocked Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott and the possibility of a Labour government. The Home Secretary was quick to draw parallels between her own party and Labour's while insisting that the people of Britain did not want Corbyn leading them through Brexit and other issues.

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After announcing the Australian-styled point system immigration policy Ms Patel received her first round of applause.

Once cheers had died down she said: “Of course there will be only two dissenting voices, you can work out who they are.

“They are Diane Abbott and Jeremy Corbyn.

“Because the choice isn’t just who the people want to be our next Prime Minister but also who the people want to be their next Home Secretary.

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Priti Patel speech BrexitPriti Patel took aim at Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbot during her speech (Image: Getty/BBC)

Brexit News Jeremy CorbynPriti Patel took aim at Jeremy Corbyn and his ability to be a good Prime Minister (Image: Getty )

“Do we really want a Labour Home Secretary who would leave our communities and our country less safe.”


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