Alright, lads. Selfies all-round, is it? Yeah,
yeah. All right. Here we are. I’m going to pop the hat on. Stay on brand. You might want
to put that on social media, promote the gig. What gig? What gig? Oh, you’ve been out of
the country. We’re doing a massive rally at White Hart Lane… ..Recreation Ground. Labour
Live. You might want to come along, if you can still get tickets. You CAN still get tickets. Oh, selfies all-round,
is it? Ah… I’m very angry with you, Mr Corbyn. You need to do more about the anti-Semites
in your party. I hear you. I am all over it like cream cheese on a bagel.
It’s all right to say that, is it? Some of the guys you hang around with are very bad
people. Yeah, well, it’s very good talking to you. Right. Bit awkward. But I want you to know
that I’m completely on top of all this Jewish stuff, lads. I’ve spoken to every single anti-Semite
in the Labour Party and I’ve told them, in no uncertain terms, tone it down a bit. Actually, I’ve always been very careful about
the company that I keep. Jeremy? Gerry Adams. Oh, God. How the hell are you, you old devil? Well, I’m fine, actually. What are you doing
here? Well, I always promised myself when I retired from Sinn Fein I’d come to London
and do all the touristy stuff – Madame Tussauds, the London Eye… I got a few funny looks at Buckingham Palace,
but, sure, what can you do? Friends of yours? Admirers. Quite right too. He’s my kind of
guy, this fella. In the real rabble-rouser back in the day. Some of the stuff you used to say, at those
old Bobby Sands commemorations. Lads, will you take a selfie of us? Oh, oh, well, is
this really necessary? Everybody’s just obsessed with photographs nowadays. I’ll tell you one thing, Jeremy was always
a great supporter of the Republican armed struggle. I’m going to have to correct you
there, Gerry. All I ever tried to do in Northern Ireland was bring about peace. I never supported the military campaign. No.
And I was never a member of the IRA. Is that the time? Is that the time? Yeah, the environment
and all that. I’ll see you around, Gerry. Slan! You can drop me anywhere. Bit awkward.
I barely know the bloke. Jeremy Corbyn? Yeah, that’s right. It’s me, Ismail from Hamas.
Oh, bloody hell! How are you, my friend? I haven’t seen you since you invited me to the
House of Commons. It was you, me… those guys from Hezbollah.