Noel Gallagher says he'd rather reform Oasis than see 'lunatic' Jeremy Corbyn as PM

The Oasis star was asked if he would prefer quashing his feud with younger brother Liam or seeing the Labour leader in Downing Street.

Speaking to ex footballers Alan Brazil and Stuart Pearce on TalkSport, Noel answered: “I’d have to get the band back together, I think. I don’t want that lunatic running the country.”

The British rock legend has been outspoken on his views on the Labour boss and previously ranted:
“F**k Jeremy Corby – he’s a Communist“.

However, that was before saying that he would never vote for the Conservatives, “because some invisible force field would stop me from putting my vote in the ballot box”.

Noel famously met former Labour PM Tony Blair at Downing Street in June 1997 and supported the party during its rise to power.



He has previously said his political views lean towards the left but does not approve of the direction Corbyn is taking Labour.

Speaking in 2016, he said: “Speaking as somebody from the left, I thought the New Labour years, coming up to 1997, were amazing.

“It was so exciting to be in England at the time, because there were so many things going on.

“But then, the Labour Party proved themselves to be ‘Meet the new boss, same as the old boss’, and until that changes, I’m not having it.
“The Tories don’t care about the vulnerable, and the communists don’t care about the aspirational.”



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