WATCH Jeremy Corbyn caught picking his nose in Parliament... before wiping it on his beard

The Labour Party leader can be seen sitting on the front bench in the House of Commons picking at his nose during a debate on the flooding crisis. As Labour MP Luke Pollard spoke his leader seemed more interested in his nose than the words of his colleague. After Mr Corbyn removes his finger from his nose he then causally slid it under his chin appearing to wipe it on his beard. 

This is not the first time Mr Corbyn has made a huge blunder in the House of Commons.

In September 2019 eagle-eyed social media users noticed him appear to say "erection" instead of "direction" during a heated debate with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The Labour leader was savaged online for his on-air slip up as he leaned across the table to give a scathing attack to Mr Johnson following hours of debates in Commons.

Mr Corbyn’s mispronunciation sparked some online backlash as Twitter users asked if they had heard him correctly.

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He said: “Tonight he will be attempting to prorogue Parliament for one of the longest prorogations there has ever been.

“Shutting down parliament, shutting down democracy, avoiding questions, taking this country over a cliff of a no deal exit with all the damage that will do to the poorest and most vulnerable communities in our society and all the damage it will do to trade and jobs.

“All because he wants to take this country into the erection (direction) of a trade deal solely with the USA than anybody else.”

The Labour Party are currently conducting a contest to find a successor to Mr Corbyn. 

Last month Len McCluksey savagely claimed he told Jeremy Corbyn that his Brexit stance would cost Labour the general election.

Len McCluskey is the General Secretary of Unite the Union, one of the Labour Party's major donors.

He said: "It was Brexit which actually lost us the election.

"Some of us including me were pointing out to our leadership that it was going to happen."

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