A recent report by a university study group has shown that the tiny minority of the Labour Party executive who are not extreme left-wing activists – hand-picked by party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to deliver his neo-communist message – are being unfairly maligned in the press and in their constituencies, and are generally being lumped in with their extremist colleagues.
The report found that up to 1% of the Labour front bench and the party executive are not in favour of the latest calls for renationalisation of all public services, compulsory acceptance of at least one, disabled, black, transgender midget to every boardroom in the land, and free travel on the buses for anyone who can prove they’re not Jewish.
We spoke to one disillusioned Labour MP last night who said: “I just want to champion a fairer society for everybody in the country, irrespective of class, colour, or creed.
“The trouble is, whenever I express my views to colleagues, I get shouted down and called an apologist for the Zionist boss class. I just can’t win”
Following last night’s humiliating by-election defeat in Copeland, Corbyn tried to rally his crestfallen troops by announcing the appointment of a one-legged Chinese paedophile with a learning disability as Shadow Secretary of State for Education.