Op-ed: Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is a man of peace; that is a well-known fact.
He has experienced a torrent of verbal abuse since he became Party leader in September 2015 sometimes from within his own party but has he now experienced physical abuse.
Take a look at the footage below.
So do you know the man clearly pictured?
He appears to have pushed his way into a media scrum around Mr Corbyn but why.
After an apparent push or kick he is seen holding the car door open as if he is part of Corbyn's team but who is he?
While the media show little concern we should never forget what happened to Jo Cox MP could happen again.
People with extremist agendas and full of anger are being fired up by the mainstream media and inevitably some will blow their tops.
If the man simply got got in the media scrum and was pushed himself perhaps he can come forward and clarify what happened.
If not perhaps police need to consider improving the safety and security of our political representatives.
Ahead of the Stoke by-election Nigel Farage and Paul Nuttall received an eggy reception but egging someone is not the same as physical assault.
In the eye of the law however both may be categorised as assault.
Former Labour Party leader John Prescott dealt his egg thrower a swift blow. That attacker came up close behind Mr Prescott smashing the egg on him in a straight forward physical assault.
There are many figures in British politics worthy of yoir bad feelings but is Jeremy Corbyn one?
If you think so why?
Is it your genuine opinion or one formed from a steady drip feed of negative and selective press?
How about focusing your anger on;
There is no excuse for physical abuse.
Politicians receive a decent wage when you consider what they expect others to live on but for some who live outside of London it is not easy. Those who have enough money outside of parliament to survive tend to be part of the Tory government.
But whatever you think of politicians they undertake a vital job.
As for Jeremy Corbyn he is a rare political commodity. He is not in it for what he can get out of it but rather to try to bring about real positive change which will help close the rich poor, old young and north south divides.
Is that really so bad?