Corbyn’s £150,000 Recruitment Drive to Solve Office “Mess”

Yesterday Guido revealed that Jeremy Corbyn’s constituents have been complaining that they are not getting any response from his office. According to his assistant, Ruth Clarke, since becoming leader “Jeremy’s inbox is a mess”:

“He is receiving thousands of emails and the Westminster office is setting up a new system to deal with them.”

The forgotten people of Islington will be pleased to hear that Labour today began advertising for a new £31,000-a-year organiser in their Islington office. From this morning Corbyn is also looking for a private secretary and diary manager, both on £41,000 each. He also wants a policy adviser on £33,000. Successful candidates must have the ability to stick to the same line for two weeks running…




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