The Labour leader could get an awful lot of bike with his £5,500 budget Jeremy Corbyn (Photo: Twitter/@TrickyBee) After being criticised by a Telegraphn columnist earlier this week for having the temerity to dream about owning a £475 Raleigh Criterium bike , Jeremy Corbyn has been backed by his own supporters who have clubbed together to raise money to buy him his dream machine .
However, the crowdfunding campaign set up in order to raise the money has now spiralled out of control, with nearly £5,500 currently in the kitty.
Although Tom Jordan, the man behind the campaign, has said that any excess money that Corbyn doesn’t want will be donated to charity, we’ve got our heads together to come up with a few suggestions if the Labour leader decides to blow the whole budget on some shiny carbon-fibre and deep section wheels to speed up his five mile commute to Westminster from his Islington constituency… 1. Raleigh Militis eTap
If Corbyn wants to stick with Raleigh and support British manufacturing at the same time then the new Militis eTap looks like a good option. It’s the first Raleigh to be built in the UK in thirteen years, and although […]