The Sweat Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn was ridiculed for his method of targeting Theresa May during Prime Diplomat’s Questions.
Tracey Ullman mocked Mr Corbyn’s style of referring to emails and letter for letters he had received to combat Mrs May in Common’s debates.
The comedian also pulled alone the Labour Party leader on Tracey Breaks The News, by taking a dig at Mr Corbyn’s admirers.
Impersonating Mr Corbyn, working on his allotment, the comedian said: “I wonder if I haven’t outgrown all the ‘I’ve had an email from so and so’.
“In the flesh are not really interested in focusing emails from Sheila in Doncaster, they requirement to hear from Jeremy in Islington.
Tracey Ullman ridiculed Jeremy Corbyn during her sketch represent
“My unlikely fame is currently our maximum effort bet for building a fairer Britain.”
The comedian then picked up a megaphone, pretending Jeremy Corbyn for the way he gets his message across to supporters.
“A Britain in which a themselves’s prospects are determined not by where they come from or who their well-springs are,” the comedian said.
“But by their own talent and hard work.”
One gardener who was oeuvre on their allotment then shouted at Mr Corbyn telling him to “put a sock in it”.
A yoke of gardeners then charged towards the man and began beating him up for his comments as a help to Mr Corbyn.
The comedian finished mocking the Labour Leader with Mr Corbyn predicting that he would “wing it” in PMQs as “everything he says at the moment sounds to be right”.
The sketch comes as Mr Corbyn still lags behind Theresa May in the tallies for who the British public want to be Prime Minister.
According to a YouGov count, of 2,012 people surveyed online, a total of 34 per cent of respondents to the ballot claimed Mrs May was their preferred choice for Prime Minister.
Mr Corbyn’s carry experienced a two point drop at 31 per cent and 35 per cent ordered they were not sure.