So, Corbyn's mob have reported Sir Kier Starmer's mob for accessing a database which holds all the details of their members.
Corbyn's mob to the Information Commissioner's Office: We'd like to report a data breach. (that'll teach the buggers) ICO: Who and where. Corbyn's mob: It was Sir Keir Starmer. (high fives, we've got them now!) ICO: Who is legally responsible for the data? Corbyn's mob: Um...err...we are. ICO: So, they accessed personal data for which you are legally responsible for? Thank you very much for bringing this to our attention. ICO: You could have a fine of up to 15 million quid heading your way!
I fail to see the funny side of having such a shambles as opposition to government.
Regardless of ones political leanings, lack of meaningful opposition is terrible for democracy.
You have to laugh at them though Hugo. It appears that they just have not learned the lessons of the last election, so therefore you have to laugh, you have to mock them, as only then they may change. Don't forget around a third of the voters voted for them but as a political party they are becoming irrelevant.