Some people say that Jeremy Corbyn doesn't have an anti-semitic bone in his body, but the widely respected Labour MP Margaret Hodge seems to disagree since she denounced her party leader a "racist" and "anti-Semite" in a big bust up at the House of Commons.
Spineless Performance (08/05/18)
Private Eye, the UK's best and only fortnightly satirical magazine, had some fun with its front cover recently at Jeremy Corbyn's expense.
After the local elections results in England, I think it's fair to say that Jeremy has paid a heavy price for his 'spineless' performance in failing to stand up to anti-Semitism in Labour's ranks.
Cult of Corbyn (27/03/18)
Here's another great Twitter joke which pokes fun, for good reason, at the cult of Corbyn and his local difficulties involving a London mural.
"I sincerely regret that I did not look more closely at the image, the contents of which are deeply disturbing and anti-Semitic"
Eagle Images and Weasel Words (26/03/18)
Much fun was had on Twitter at the weekend with lots of posts mocking Jeremy Corbyn's 'weasel words' over not looking more clearly at an anti-semitic mural before declaring his support on Facebook.
My favourite, so far at least, was this comment from the journalist Euan McColm:
“i only glanced at it but i thought it was a parrot carrying an electric fan.”
Now that is funny - eat your heart out Private Eye and the Have I Got News for You (HIGNFY) Team!