General Election Special: My gaffe-prone addresses to parliament coupled with embarrassed shouting will get me to No.10 vows Corbyn.

And so it begins …

The Whitechapel Whelk

corbyn shout to the top A defiant Corbyn addresses dissenting voices at a “Stop The Wanker” fringe Labour Party meeting last night

Beleaguered Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn sent out a defiant message to his detractors last night when he told The Whitechapel Whelk, that despite his rank unpopularity with the electorate the length and breadth of the country, he is convinced that by covering up his customary howlers when addressing The House of Commons by raising his voice to a shrill crescendo immediately after another cringeworthy gaffe, he will convince party members and voters alike that he is the man to lead the country for the next 5 years.

“I’m convinced that my embarrassed shouting is the key to winning this election for Labour”, he told us.

“It certainly worked in the past. I well remember the occasion when I forgot to ask a question during my address to the Prime Minister during Prime…

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