You can actually buy Jeremy Corbyn-themed Valentine’s gifts for your loved ones

An online store is selling a range of Jeremy Corbyn Valentine’s gifts for fans of the UK Labour leader.

CorbynCornerShop.co.uk has stock including clothing and crockery, but has recently branched into seasonal goods.

“Corbyn represents a movement – he’s engaged our generation with policies that offer a much-needed alternative to the current government,” says Toby Gavin from Corbyn Corner Shop.

(Corbyncornershop.co.uk/PA)

“The range is a tongue-in-cheek tribute to this, playfully giving people the opportunity to celebrate the man himself and quite literally spread the love with Corbs.”

A box featuring a cartoon image of Corbyn and containing two Lindt hearts of chocolate (£9.95) for sale on the site contains the poem:

“Labour are red, Tories are blue,

Because you love Corbs

I bought these chocolates for you.”

Fans of the bearded Labour leader can also buy a Valentine’s “Corbs & Kisses” mug (£11.95) and t-shirt (£19.95), should they so desire.

The site also sells other Corbyn merchandise all year round, including a Corbyn advent calendar at Christmas.

(Corbyncornershop.co.uk/PA)

The site donates 10% of profits to mental health charity Mind.


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