I was raised as a tiny child as our family would vote for the job even if they put a donkey in place, as long as he was wearing a red rosette. My great-grandfather Henry Fielding helped found the Labor Party in Leeds in 1906. My great-grandparents, grandparents and parents were all members and constituents of the Labor Party. But I retire as Labor MP for Bassetlaw because I can no longer tolerate the rank hypocrisy of the Labor leader.

Among working class Labor voters, the perception of a Labor MP is a person who would automatically support the British Royal Legion and shake a bucket for Help for Heroes. And that's the fundamental problem of Jeremy Corbyn with these voters, because they–