David Cameron is simply "jealous" his clothes, Jeremy Corbyn has joked, after the prime minister angrily told him to dress smarter during PMQs on Wednesday.
A video clip of Corbyn getting ready for a TV interview today show the Labour leader laughing as he tells the camera crew: "I've got to do the tie up."
Grinning, Corbyn says of the prime minster: "He's actually jealous of the jacket. You know what's really jealous of? That I can go shopping in the greatest shopping centre in the world, Holloway Road N7, and he's stuck with Bond Street."
Yesterday Cameron angrily told Corbyn to "put on a proper suit, do up your tie and sing the national anthem" after Labour MPs heckled him about his mother.
On BBC 2's Daily Politics this afternoon, presenter Andrew Neil pointed asked former shadow cabinet minister Chuka Umunna, recently chosen by GQ at the 29th best dressed man of 2016, if he had "any sartorial advice" for his leader.
"My constituents don't give a monkey's how he dresses," the Labour MP insisted. "I don't care what he wears."
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During the Labour leadership campaign, Corbyn revealed he buys his trademark vests from a Holloway Road market stall for £1.50.