One-third of voters believe Jeremy Corbyn has is a “security-threatening, terrorist-sympathising, Britain-hating” ideology, according to a new poll.
In his speech to the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday, Mr Cameron launched his strongest attack against Mr Corbyn and accused him of “hating” Britain.
The Prime Minister warned: “We cannot let that man inflict his security-threatening, terrorist-sympathising, Britain-hating ideology on the country we love”.
A snap poll conducted last night by the Huffington Post and Survation poll found 38 percent of all people polled agreed with the Prime Minister’s comments.
Referring to Mr Corbyn’s previous remarks in which he said the death of Osama bin Laden was a a “tragedy,” Mr Cameron said: “A tragedy is nearly 3,000 people murdered one morning in New York.
“A tragedy is the mums and dads who never came home from work that day. A tragedy is people jumping from the towers after the planes hit.”
In an interview for Iranian television back in 2012, Mr Corbyn complained there had been “no attempt whatsoever” to put Osama bin Laden on trial.