Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has apparently been hit by a leak, after a list allegedly revealing what his team think of other Labour MPs was given to The Times.
But here's the big question: Which category would Jeremy Corbyn's office put you in? Take this quiz to find out!
Polling data on Jeremy Corbyn's performance as Labour leader.A selection of think tank documents showing the impact of the government's austerity measures.Mao's Little Red Book .A batch of unused "Andy Burnham for PM" badges.A signed, tear-soaked copy of Tony Blair's autobiography.
Hold it as a symbol of what can be achieved through international agriculture workers collaborating to pursue a common goal.Smash the marrow to a pulp while screaming "I'm doing this for you, Tony!"Look at the marrow and politely decline to have a photo taken with it.Wonder how you ended up having to consider the political impact of marrows and ask whether this is why you got into politics.Ponder whether it would go well with a nice salad. Consider whether the party leader would like some of that salad.
Andy BurnhamAngela EagleChuka UmunnaJohn McDonnellDan Jarvis
Concerned about Labour's performance in May's local council elections Taylor SwiftVia Wikimedia CommonsWorried about the long-term effects of the lack of public confidence in Labour's economic record according to recent YouGov polling Taylor SwiftVia Wikimedia CommonsIncreasingly disturbed by the reluctance of Labour MPs to accept Jeremy Corbyn as leader Taylor SwiftVia Wikimedia CommonsScreaming "WE ARE NEVER EVER EVER GETTING BACK TOGETHER" at Jeremy Corbyn supporters Taylor SwiftVia Wikimedia CommonsWondering why Labour MPs can't just work together to beat the Tories in the London mayoral contest Taylor SwiftVia Wikimedia Commons
A nice glass of wine with some friends, because there's no reason we can't make this work.The blood of my capitalist enemies.A pint of bitter, drunk slowly in the corner of Halifax Wetherspoon's.I don't mind, just keep them coming, life's not so bad really, honest!A double gin and tonic, then a pint of wine, then anything to make this political horror show end.
The fried chicken of New Labour.The pepperoni pizza of committed socialism.The McCain frozen oven chip of moderate progress towards Labour party electability.The kebab of seeking a fairer society for everyone within the realms of the law.The battered sausage of electoral pessimism.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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