Op-ed: Sitting down to watch PMQs Wednesday, BP pills to hand, the Times so-called Labour list of MPs who support Mr Corbyn and those who do not had pretty much passed me by.
So I watched PMQs without background knowledge of what was to come.
Initially, when pumped up and full-bladdered Cameron launched his attack on the Labour Party and Mr Corbyn the party leader I assumed it was from information of a different sort; information gathered via social media and earlier reports or just more Dodgy Dave theatrics.
But as we now all know it was a list published in Rupert Murdoch's Times which meant that old foreign billionaire was again undermining British democracy.
Local MP John Prescott was on the ball when he noticed a tweet from one Labour MP John Woodcock which was picked up by another Tory mouthpiece Guido.
Having blocked Woodcock on Twitter some time ago I did not see it but the fact I felt I had to block a Labour MP tells you all you need to know; the only two Labour MPs blocked are those who have attacked Mr Corbyn online.
Mr Woodcock quickly deleted the tweet but it was too late. It was picked up by the mainstream media who ran with it.
Lord Prescott tweeted an accusation that Woodcock’s tweet was a prompt for the press and he may have been right.
Politics as we know is a dirty business but some politicians days are committing political party suicide.
Was the list real or a fake?
The list looked like a fake, little more than a smear campaign.
Thursday the fall out continues but what the publication of the list should do is spur Labour on to unite behind Mr Corbyn.
In unity we win in division we fail.
It was sad but not unexpected to see another labour list, a website that claims to be Labour supporting but so often tends to be anything but, posting a report on the list with attacks aimed at the Corbyn leadership.
The Labour List also publishes articles from Labour politicians which probably says it all about those who take part; unless they distance themselves from such websites we will draw our own conclusions.
As I said, sad but predictable.
When you have such enemies within you are setting up Corbyn, the party and its supporters to fail and all for your own personal idea of the political direction the party should go.
You can protest as much as you like that Mr Corbyn will not win elections but such negativity will make sure that is what happens.
He was democratically elected and your self-serving politics simply help the over funded Tory machine do well at the polls.
Like so many you work from behind and lack the support, balls and determination to have become party leader post GE2015.
You prefer though to try to scupper Mr Corbyn to get your vision of the Labour party elected.
Spitting on the democratically elected party leader is not a good look.
The electorate who tune in to PMQs see a Tory party in disarray shouting and bawling the odds plucking unverified figures out of well-rehearsed game plans; they see theatrics bordering on a Whitehall farce courtesy of the Tory party.
Cameron has the look of a man who does not care as post the EU referendum he will decide when to step down. Wife Sam Cam may already be packing.
If you do not tune in to PMQs and only watch snippets shown on news channels don’t expect a full picture just the bits that suit the Tories.
Time IPhones, IPads etc. were left at the door when MPs enter PMQs. Kids cannot take such technology into exams and the Tory children in the House along with their opponents should not be able to either.
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