I cannot recall ever having seen the self-serving bent hypocritical self-interest of whorish politicians so crudely exposed as they are now on Labour's front bench. You don't even have to ask these loathsome hypocrites where their interests lie – self and party come tops every time, with constituents, nation and the common weal relegated to the crooked lies saved for election time.
Shami Chakrabarti – multi-millionnaire lawyer who wanted to send her kids to Eton but settled for Dulwich College, squeezed a fake peerage out of Corbyn as her price for a shadow cabinet post. A finer example of a greedy, grasping, pole-climbing lawyer one cannot find.
Diane Abbot also sends her son to a private school whilst being happy to consign the children of her constituents to failing left-wing comprehensives. Openly racist, she has a long history of making racist commentsand narrowly avoided prosecution for race hate in 2012. She and Corbyn have had a sexual relationship.
Keir Starmer – another wealthy London lawyer, described as a 'second rate lawyer' who did not understand the workings of Parliament by IDS, he masqueraded as an apolitical DPP before coming out of the closet as a Labour politician. Noted for his 'crooked and personally motivated' actions against Paul Chambers in the 'Twitter Joke Trial', ignoring all professional legal advice to drop the persecution.
Emily Thornberry – yet another millionnaire London lawyer, this one most famous for sneering at poorer voters in Strood during the election campaign. So ignorant is she of ordinary people's lives that she once seriously claimed that every single child in Islington had been mugged; the Met pointed out that the true figure was 750. Again, a hypocrite who sent both her children to the selective Dame Alice Owen's School, she prompted Chris Woodhead to comment “I celebrate her good sense as a parent and deplore her hypocrisy as a politician. When will those who espouse the virtues of comprehensive education apply the logic of their political message to their children?”
Private schools, multi-million property portfolios, grasping ambition, hypocrisy and a contempt for the working class characterise these loathsome specimens who pollute our politics. But at last they're all out in the open.