Andrew R asked on Twitter the other day:
"Have you ever been so angry that your monocle fell out?"
Corbyn's a Loser (26/02/17)
Team Corbyn has been spinning furiously that his party's terrible showing in the polls has nothing to do with the Labour leader.
Strangely, Labour Baroness Shami Chakrabarti (an unelected peer) appeared on the BBC's Andrew Marr show earlier today to explain the disaster in Copeland and help the party reconnect with its working class roots.
All of which reminded me of this cartoon The Times cartoonist Peter Brookes.
Labour's Albatross ((25/02/17)
I watched Jeremy Corbyn's news conference yesterday in the sorry aftermath of the Copeland by-election, a safe Labour seat which the party held for over eighty years under a succession of .
Not since the 1980s and the days of Margaret Thatcher has the Government of the day won a by-election from the official opposition.
The Labour leader's answer to this unprecedented state of affairs is that whoever or whatever is responsible for Labour's collapse in the polls - it has nothing to do with him.
After all Jeremy has a 'big mandate', as he's fond of reminding everyone, but still the voters remain completely unimpressed.
But if you ask me, Jezza's a political albatross around his party's neck.