WITH his re-election as Labour leader a certainty, Jeremy Corbyn has admitted he is only performing hopelessly to annoy rival Owen Smith.
The 67-year-old plans to follow up a day spent making jam while being oblivious to an unfolding scandal with a succession of blundering stunts which will not give his opponent a single vote.
He said: “Fingers crossed I’ve already got this year’s conference cancelled with a mixture of principled opposition and doddery dithering, but that’s just the start.
“I’m going to address tonight’s rally in Dundee facing the wrong way, spend a televised hustings failing to understand that my microphone’s broken, and when the entire Tory cabinet resigns in September I will be sorting out old folk records in the attic for three days.
“Next weekend I’m off to Iran with George Galloway, where we’ll both be photographed in full Arab robes smoking a hookah pipe.
“What kind of appalling political suicide case would do something like that? A political suicide case who’s going to beat Owen Smith by ten clear percentage points, that’s who.”