The Truth about Goats
In what, is seen, as a deliberate attempt to pander to aspiring voters, Jeremy Corbyn has promised home delivery of all their favourite middle-class treats; such as artisanal breads, free-range olives and sense of moral superiority. By contrast, Theresa May has said that she will continue to provide Brexit ‘pick’n’mix’ and her own band of S&M.
With hand-grown produce from his own allotment, Mr. Corbyn is hoping to offer something more exciting than Mrs. May’s ‘jam tomorrow’. Marks & Spencer will guarantee to deliver Labour promises to your doorstep in a small van, as opposed to Conservative promises on a large bus.
With Labour you will need to recycle your plastic bags, along with any socialist policy from the 1980s but that may still be more appealing than voting for Mrs. May, thus being stuck with ‘the horrible bag for life’.
Like M&S, a Corbyn Government will feel a bit self-indulgent – a luxury. Although Mrs. May says the Tories are the natural party of posh nosh, or as one shopper observed: ‘Rich? That does sound pretty rich…coming from someone who makes us use food banks’.