I think I'll write to Jeremy and suggest he comes to Critchleys so that we can do his return for him. We'll have to charge, him of course, but at least that way it will be right.
Jeremy Corbyn is facing questions after failing to include thousands of pounds of income from his state pension on his tax return. Mr Corbyn, who turned 65 in May 2014, received a state pension of around £6,000 a year but did not include details of the income on the hand-written return he published on Monday. He also failed to declare on the form income from a pension from his time in local Government, although Labour insisted it had been taxed at source.