JE: Talk to us a bit about Christmas in the Corbyn household. Do you sit down to watch the Queen’s speech? Mr Corbyn.
JC: It’s on the morning, usually we have it on .. some of the time.
JE: It’s not on in the morning .. it’s at three o’clock in the afternoon
JC: It’s when its repeated .. in the afternoon
JE: So you don’t sit down, as a family, to watch the Queen speech.
JC: We don’t watch television very much on Christmas Day. Maybe a film in the evening. Erm I’d like to do a bit of exercise on Christmas morning
JE: You do some exercise on Christmas morning. I don’t think the Queen’s speech is in the morning. It’s three o’clock in the afternoon. That’s when everybody watches it.
JC: Well. Our Christmas is sometimes …
JE: You don’t watch it do you Mr Corbyn?
JC: There is lots .. lots to do .. I enjoy the presence of my family and friends around Christmas. Obviously, like everybody else does. And, I also visit the homeless shelter, either on Christmas Day, or the day before, to talk to, and listen to people’s lives, about how they could be made better with a government that cared for them.