Jeremy Corbyn receives treatment for eye muscle weakness
Author: Zoe Wickens
Jeremy Corbyn has been receiving treatment at Moorfields Eye Hospital for ongoing muscle weakness in his right eye.
This announcement followed the Labour Party leader being forced to deny claims that he had told allies that he was planning to resign his position because he was ‘tired and fed up.’
A Labour Party spokesperson said: ‘Jeremy Corbyn has a muscle weakness in his right eye which has become apparent in recent months. He is being treated at Moorfields Eye Hospital and thanks the wonderful staff for their care and expertise. He has been using corrective glasses as part of the treatment. He is otherwise in good health, is on the campaign trail every week travelling the country and runs and cycles regularly.’