EXCLUSIVE: Is That A Lenin Statue In Corbyn’s Study?
A statue looking remarkably similar to Vladimir Lenin was seen next to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in what is presumably his parliamentary study this morning in a Sky News interview.
Appearing on Corbyn’s windowsill (on the right of the above picture), the statue, which is around a foot tall, appears to have all of Lenin’s most notable features including the baldness, goatee, face and figure of the former Soviet leader.
An extremely similar (though not identical) statue of the infamous Communist leader is for sale on the website Collect Russia, adding further weight behind the suggestion that the statue is indeed of Lenin.
The suggestions that the statue is indeed of Lenin cause problems for Mr Corbyn, who has long tried to distance himself from rumours that he is a communist, arguing instead that he is only a socialist.
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However, it has also been pointed out that, due to unclear lighting, the statue could in fact be of former Labour Prime Minister Clement Attlee, who looks similar to Lenin.
Which of the two men do you think it’s a statue of? Have you found the exact statue online anywhere? Let us know in the comments below!