Piers Richard Corbyn is an English weather forecaster, businessman, activist, anti-vaxxer and conspiracy theorist. He rejects the scientific consensus on climate change, describes vaccines as dangerous and describes COVID-19 as a \”hoax\”. He is the elder brother of former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
About Piers Corbyn in brief
Piers Richard Corbyn is an English weather forecaster, businessman, activist, anti-vaxxer and conspiracy theorist. He rejects the scientific consensus on climate change, describes vaccines as dangerous and describes COVID-19 as a \”hoax\”. He is the elder brother of former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. He was awarded a first class BSc degree in physics from Imperial College London in 1968 and a postgraduate MSc in Astrophysics from Queen Mary College, University of London in 1981. Corbyn was a member of the Labour Party and served as a councillor in the London Borough of Southwark from 1986 to 1990. He left the party in 2002 in the run up to the invasion of Iraq. In August 2015, Piers supported his brother’s campaign in Labour Party election, on the basis that he stood for proper debate and accountability, including climate change. On Twitter he urged people to register to vote and Jeremy Corbyn to lead the party. His attempt to rejoin the Southwark Constency Party in January 2017 was blocked by The Sunday Times. His brother has been the MP for Islington North since 1983, Jeremy Corbyn, served as Leader of the Opposition from 1983 to 2015. He has much interest in betting on weather predictions, which he sells through his business, WeatherAction, which sells his predictions through bets on betting on these predictions. He is also the founder and chief executive of WeatherAction Weather Action, a business that sells his weather predictions through betting on bets on weather events.
He lives in Shropshire with his wife and their two children, a son and a daughter. Piers was born on 10 March 1947 in Chippenham, Wiltshire, and grew up at Yew Tree Manor in Pave Lane, in Newport. He began recording weather and climate patterns at the age of five, constructing his own observation equipment. In 1969, he became the first president of the Imperial College Students’ Union to be directly elected by the student body. In 1979, he returned to postgraduate study at Queen Mary college, university of London, being awarded an MSc. In 1987, he was arrested for the defacing of an Alliance poster, but was subsequently released without charge. For seven years he was an unpaid campaigns organiser in Bermondsey and Southwark, being thanked by Tony Blair in 1998 at Downing Street. In 1995, he formed WeatherAction in an occupation as an occupation, which is still going on today. In 1996, he joined WeatherAction as a business, selling his predictions to bet on the weather. In 1998, he founded WeatherAction weather prediction, which has since grown into a business. In 2000, he launched Weather Action Weather Action as a trading company. In 2002, he left the Labour party and stood as an independent candidate on housing issues in Southwark election 2015. In January 2017, his attempt to return to the party was blocked in January. He now lives in Newport with his family and has a son, a daughter and a son.