MIDDLE-AGED men accept bidding approval for Jeremy Corbyn’s practical, biscuit-coloured attire.
51-year-old Roy Hobbs said: “I’m ailing of politicians who attending like they affliction about clothes. Those bodies accord my wife account about authoritative me go to Gap, or whatever it’s called, to buy a ‘modern’ shirt.
“Like me, Corbyn orders his clothes via newspaper adverts that use words like ‘comfortable’ and ‘machine washable’. Because what abroad do you charge from a garment?
“It’s not like I’m still absorbed in sex.”
Short-tempered 53-year-old Wayne Hayes said: “I’ve no abstraction of his backroom but Corbyn’s not abashed to abrasion biscuit on beige and I like that.
“That’s account dressing, and the account is ‘I’ve got a shed, a bad knee and I like telly programmes about bridges’.”