Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accidentally supported the Conservative party, after ‘instinctively’ voting against Labour party policy.
“This can happen if you’re a rebel, and you end up in charge”, said a spokesman. “It’s easy to forget that it was you who made the decision in the first place.”
Jeremy Corbyn has rebelled against his party more than 500 times during his career. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell praised him for his consistency, but then changed his mind and called him a ‘scab’.
Corbyn had threatened to sack those who voted against the party whip, but is now understood to have promoted those that did.
“It keeps you on your toes, this politics lark”, said Corbyn. “Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to lie down.”