In recent weeks, Jeremy Corbyn's popularity has hit a new low with the Parliamentary Labour Party. Things are so bad that he is unable to assemble a full Shadow Cabinet -- instead having to assign some people with more than one position.
So, it was an interesting move of the Labour leader to bring up job insecurity and difficult bosses at today's PMQs. Corbyn suggested that Theresa May had much work to do when it came to making employment rights fairer. Alas, the Prime Minister was unimpressed with Corbyn's complaints. Channeling her inner Thatcher, May went on to suggest that it was he who was the guilty one when it came to inequality in the work place:
'I'm interested that he refers to the situation of some workers who might have some job insecurity and potentially unscrupulous bosses. I suspect that there are many members on the opposition benches who might be familiar with an unscrupulous boss.
A boss who doesn't listen to his workers. A boss who requires some of his workers to double some of their workload. Maybe even a boss who exploits the rules to further his own career. Remind him of anybody?'
Mr S suspects Corbyn should add 'fairness in the workplace' to his growing list of topics to avoid in public.