Imagine in an alternative universe..
>Five minutes after Jeremy Corbyn had been alerted to Ken Livingstone's alleged comments, Corbyn dusted off his Makarov pistol (a relic from the Soviet-era) and put the Labour Media Relation Defence League on alert that Livingstone is now a wanted man.
>By 15:00 Corbyn had arrived at Tower Hill, at 15:10 an electric van pulls up next to him and Livingstone is thrown out onto the ground, still blindfolded and his limbs tied together
>Corbyn asks if Livingstone has any last words
>Livingstone replies: "Am I not entitled to a trial?"
>Someone from the crowd that had gathered jeered "You had your trial when you decided to tweet about that dead Palestinian boy."
>In the next instant, A bang cracks through the muggy London air, followed by wild cheers from the crowd before total silence ensues as the crowd disperses
>The corpse who now can no longer be referred to by it's living name, is left for the crows.
>When asked for a comment, the prominent Conservative MP Eton McOxford stated "Yes, well perhaps Mr Corbyn thinks this passes as an apology for the rampant bigotry in his party, but as any Conservative member will tell you, such bigotry can only reasonably be put down with a good old fashion hung-drawn-and-quartering of the accused. I hope in time Corbyn will gain some integrity and put his MPs and his members ahead of his own personal loyalties."