• Fiona Mactaggart
  • Rushanara Ali
  • Ian Austin
  • Ben Bradshaw: former culture secretary
  • Adrian Bailey: former chair of the Commons business committee
  • Shabana Mahmood: former shadow Treasury minister
  • Ann Coffey
  • Andrew Smith: former work and pensions secretary
  • Simon Danczuk
  • Jamie Reed: former shadow home office minister
  • Chris Evans
  • Graham Stringer
  • Frank Field: former work and pensions minister
  • Gisela Stuart
  • Mike Gapes: former chair of the Commons Foreign Affairs committee
  • Margaret Hodge: former chair of the Commons Public Accounts committee
  • Tristram Hunt: former shadow education secretary
  • Graham Jones
  • Helen Jones
  • Liz Kendall: defeated leadership candidate and former shadow care minister
  • Chris Leslie: former shadow chancellor
And, just to set Lord Rupert's mind at rest, no politics here ... just telling it how it is.

Updated ... 18 Nov ... have just watched the PM's Question Time in the HoC yesterday.   A most curious sight seeing Corbyn heckled by members of his own Party over comments that he was not happy with the police operating a shoot-to-kill policy when confronted with armed terrorists.   Corbyn has now backed away from this earlier statement.   His new position is that he supports any 'strictly necessary force' needed to protect the UK from terrorist attack.  

The 'man' has so many positions as to make the Kama Sutra appear like an Enid Blyton story.