Corbyn is target-rich and still they miss
His critics seem to have forgotten the longstanding snuggling up to his friends in the Provos, writes Declan Lynch
Though he has been involved in politics for decades, in a sense Jeremy Corbyn only entered public life at the age of 66.
The life he had before that was largely a private matter between himself and various like-minded individuals in the borough of Islington.
There would have been a lot of meetings in rooms above the proverbial Dog & Duck, in which Corbyn and his colleagues would arrive at solutions to the great issues of our time, much of which was pre-ordained but required some kind of formal debate anyway, if only to pass the time.