Corbyn Planning ‘Hummus and Falafel’ Victory Party at No. 10

Jeremy Corbyn’s son is planning a “hummus and falafel” victory party at Number 10 Downing Street if his father becomes Prime Minister. In optimistic Facebook comments shared between friends, Tommy Corbyn asks: “Can you guys sort the red red wine? I’m making sure the kebab shop has enough falafel“.

Friends encouraged Corbyn Jnr to put plans in place for a Downing Street celebration on June 9, saying: “Just imagine the party at your dad’s new pad… there’ll be cappuccino and falafel all over the shop“. Another added: “Wall to wall hummus”. Tommy joked about Unite general secretary Len McCluskey finding the party unsatisfactory as he is not a vegetarian: “The last time I saw him he was off for a steak and ale pie.A glimpse into Corbyn‘s Downing Street, food for thought…

Corbyn Gets Beers In Early: Son Plans Jezza Ale

It may only be the first week of a gruelling election campaign but Jeremy Corbyn’s son Tommy is getting the beers in early. He is in discussions with a friend to brew a special ‘Corbyn’s Courage’ India Pale Ale, which will feature a picture of his father on the bottle. Adorned with a ‘vote Labour’ rosette, the label reads: ‘Hope, Hops and Brew’. Corbyn’s son has asked George Culhane: “How many could you do?” They’ll need something to cry into on June 8…

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