Mr Corbyn delivering his speech.

This needs to be seen, enjoyed, savoured.

Jeremy Corbyn, in his first Parliamentary speech after the general election, took glee in turning Theresa May’s own soundbites back on her.

He said he hoped Mrs May would agree that “democracy is a wonderful thing”, and “can throw up unexpected results”. He said he looks forward to the Queen’s Speech – when the “coalition of chaos” is ready. If it cannot form a government, the Labour party is ready to provide “strong and stable” government, he said.

She took it quite well, in fairness.

Apparently her talks with the DUP are proceeding favourably and she is looking forward to working with a political party that is even more insanely right-wing than her own.

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