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Who wrote column?

A column last week was obviously intended to make the reader assume that it had been written by Jeremy Corbyn. Can you confirm that it was, in fact, written by him? Or, if it wasn’t him, then who wrote it?

Irwin Shenken,
Glasgow.

It was penned, tongue in cheek, by our regular columnist Selwyn Dorfman. The heading actually read ‘Selwyn’s spot’. EDITOR

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