A new disease is spreading through the UK after breaking out in Boston during a transmission of the BBC’s Question Time.

Here are the details:

160930-socialist-delusionist-disorderOkay, the image was hastily knocked together, misspells Boston and put its quotation marks in the wrong place, but it was put together with amazing rapidity (by someone else, on Twitter, so don’t blame This Writer).

It was a response to a claim made on the programme by an audience member, who seems to think that people who support the policies of Jeremy Corbyn are delusional in some way.

To judge by his appearance, the man who put forward the claim firmly believes that the only cure is to…

160930-socialist-delusional-disorder-bbcqt-audience-member… dress up as former children’s TV entertainer Timmy Mallett.

(Didn’t Timmy have a hit pop song? Is that an itsy-bitsy, teenie-weenie, yellow polka dot mankini under that unbuttoned shirt?)

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