There’s been a lot of change in the Labour party of late – new people joining, new faces at the top and new language being used.
To help readers, Uncut has produced this handy guide to Corbsplaining, keeping you up to date with the party’s exciting new vocabulary.
Print it out, take it to your local CLP meeting and dazzle Labour friends and colleagues with your Corbsplaining skills.
Next stop, the NEC!
Assist members making their voice heard – Use veteran hard left organisers to corral a herd of £3 hipsters to deselect troublesome MPs.
Austerity – Any cut to public spending, of any kind, at any point, by any level of government. Does not include cuts to military spending, which are completely different and fine.
Britain – Socialist utopia with a progressive majority that opposes all austerity*
*Apart from at general elections
Burnhamite – A malleable substance that can bend and merge to form any shape required of it before ultimately imploding.
Corbynite – A rare and abstruse substance that destroys the trust of voters.
Campaign Group – A group of MPs who do not campaign but do tweet a lot.
Democracy – A vital part of civilisation, to be protected and supported at all costs*.
*Not applicable to residents of Iran, Russia, Donbass, Gaza, Lebanon or Venezuela.