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Remember those drugged-up, rock star brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher of Oasis fame? 

Back in the 1990s, when they weren't smashing up hotel rooms, they were always at each other's throats. Well, now it seems that they are pretty sane, rational, sensible individuals. At least compared to the average British voter -- many of whom voted for and are thinking of voting for Left-wing lunatic Jeremy Corbyn at the next election. 

Asked by TalkSport's Alan Brazil if he'd rather reunite Oasis or see Corbyn elected, Gallagher responded

"I’d have to get the band back together, I think. I don’t want that lunatic running the country."

Corbyn with his Mexican wife, Laura.
Gallagher claims he is left-leaning, and famously he supported the Labour Party when it was a centre-left party in 1997, but can't abide Corbyn, whom he sees as a Leftist extremist nutcase. 

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

Fair enough. Like a lot of British voters, he clearly feels there is no mainstream party to represent his views.

With the the 25th anniversary of their debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’ coming up next year, there is growing speculation that the band will reunite for a one-off show, possibly at Slane Castle in Ireland.

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