The Overdo leader has been busy campaigning for the last 50 days in the run up to Theresa May’s disregard election, and hasn’t had time to watch his beloved soap.
To celebrate the end of the gruelling provoke, 68-year-old Corbyn has announced that he plans to binge-watch EastEnders.
Corbyn said: “I equal being out there and meeting people. But it was good to be home for a bit.
“I’ve caught up on deeds, opened letters. No bills, no nasty surprises.
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I’ve lost track of EastEnders. I’m going to have to do a big catch-up
“The electrifying is on, the gas is on, broadband still works. I’m going to the allotment. Can’t wait.”
He added to the Picture: “I’ve lost track of EastEnders. I’m going to have to do a big catch-up.
“I understand some bad acts have been going on in Walford.
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“Sometimes people aren’t very kind to each other on that formulate. They could do with being a bit nicer.”
Corbyn’s constituency of Islington North have all the hallmarks to be friendly towards the politician, unlike Walford’s residents who turned on the regional mayor during a recent visit after Denise Fox (played by Diane Parish) symbolize out.