Jeremy Corbyn [Image: Russell Cheyne / Reuters.]

A few days ago, a commenter on This Site – criticising Jeremy Corbyn and claiming that the Labour Party was an ineffective opposition – said that the Labour leader needed to be far more proactive and that Her Majesty’s Opposition needed to, you know, oppose.

Silly, silly person.

Yesterday, This Writer got around to checking Mr Corbyn’s Twitter feed. Based on my commenter’s claims, I expected to see very little, other than perhaps a few virtual tumbleweeds, drifting past in the metaphorical wilderness.

Here’s what I saw instead:

Point made? Or are we now to see claims that it isn’t Mr Corbyn writing the tweets but an aide?

That would be really pathetic.

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