Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing fierce criticism from across the political spectrum for his failure to make fun of Theresa May's lack of prowess on the dance floor.
Corbyn has been noticeably quiet in the controversy which has seen May make a fool of herself and the nation in full view of insufferable foreigners who are begging to be our trading partners come Independence day.
Former Labour leader Tony Blair called Corbyn "Spineless" for failing to attack May when her dance moves could clearly be shown on British television "within 45 minutes." Blair, thinking he was speaking off the record, pointed out that Prime Minister in waiting Jacob Rees-Mogg was even more right wing than May, and a real chance was being missed to kill socialism "once and for all."
"We've got to stop Corbyn" he added.
Joining in the criticism, Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu said, "If she were Jewish, he'd be all over it, make no mistake," before ordering the murder of scores more Palestinian children.
Social Media has been merciless in the ridicule of May, leaving many Labour MPs ruing the missed opportunity from the party leadership.
"She's there for the taking," said one plotter. " Here we have a woman in power who can't dance. She is ripe to be attacked, but Corbyn's lack of action is typical of his style."
It is thought May could well further embarrass this great nation with her dance moves today, leaving those depending on food banks or declared fit for work whilst terminally ill, extremely concerned.