Corbyn tables motion of no confidence in government. Police can finally close his missing persons file.

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Further to the rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has tabled a vote of no confidence in the government, which could trigger a general election.

After years of inactivity Mr Corbyn’s family were relieved to find him apparently alive and well. Police have now closed the missing persons file on him which they opened in the summer of 2016.

The confidence vote is expected to be held at about 1900 GMT on Wednesday.

Which means Corbyn will be staying up way past his bedtime for the second night running. Sources close to the Labour leader are expecting him to be “absolutely caning the Horlicks.”

The defeat is a huge blow for Mrs May – who has spent more than two years hammering out a deal with the EU.

The Prime Minister has certainly been busy over the last two years – when she leaves Downing Street she’ll be able to pack all her belongings in the bags under her eyes.

It would be galling for her to be brought down by a man who has literally done nothing; a figure who is essentially a cardboard cutout who’d be more useful scaring away the crows in a rural Geography department.

MPs are set to debate Labour’s no confidence motion for about six hours following Prime Minister’s Questions at 1200.

In order for everyone to give their verdict on the sheer incompetence of this government that time may be extended to six days.

However, DUP leader Arlene Foster said her party, which keeps Mrs May in power, would be supporting her in Wednesday’s confidence vote.

Of course they will – they have poor old Theresa right where they want her. They need to enjoy their moment of power before a new government bats the creationist wallies back into anti-abortion irrelevance.

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