Jeremy Corbyn seems to have emerged as a surprise front runner in the Labour leadership election, so it's hardly surprising that the right are queuing up to stick the boot in. Just last night he was attacked on Newsnight for wanting to give "more generous social security payments for people who can work but refuse to work."
That's a good Tory line and one that is sure to appeal to the average Daily Mailoid, but it's a pity that it was given out by Chuka Umunna, who is supposed to be a Labour man.
I could go on but what's the point? You may think that attacking Labour's core voters makes perfect sense as a party strategy, but I can't get my head that far up my arsehole to make sense of it.