Corbyn Namechecks Dictators at Press Drinks Party

Jeremy Corbyn and his team served Peronis to the mainstream media at a Christmas bash at Labour HQ tonight. Jezza looked awkward working the room, though his speech was funnier than Miliband’s efforts in years past. He even namechecked a couple of dictators, for the japes. He began by observing “This gathering is unexpected and unusual, and on one level yours and my worst nightmare…”

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Tom “fat tw*t” Watson had done his research on a few esteemed Lobby hacks:

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Merry Christmas…


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