Bogof is alarmed at the latest critique of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Upset at Jezza’s stance on Trident, shuffled out MP Michael Dugher referred to his boss as “barmy”. But what troubles us is Dugher’s claim that his choice of venue - a working men’s club in the West Midlands - was a “croissant-free zone”.
“Unlike at the Fabian conference, there is not a croissant, a brioche or a pain au chocolat in sight,” he added, proudly.
Does he think this is a good thing? If pastries are for lefties, pass the red flag.