I am shocked to the core to learn that Jeremy Corbyn's ex-wives do not like him.
And that he is something of a Eurosceptic. And that Tom Bower thinks that Trots and Tankies are the same people. (He doesn't, of course, giving you some taste of the honesty of his book.) And that the Mail on Sunday now thinks that the Angela Eagle brick incident really did happen after all. (It doesn't, of course. And it didn't, of course.)
But I am not remotely shocked to learn that the vegetarian Corbyn ate beef when it was served by Fidel Castro. Or would be considered advisable, or even acceptable, for visiting British MPs to refuse the food that was offered by the foreign leaders who were playing host to them?