He does keep his professional licence up to date for a few clients:
It’s Budget week so Jeremy Corbyn has published a summary of his tax return to put pressure on Theresa May and Philip Hammond. What could go wrong? Well, it appears £40,000 in earnings from his role as Leader of the Opposition are missing from his 2015/16 declaration. Corbyn declared £114,342 in earnings from his MP’s salary, outside earnings and pension. Yet the £40,000 he should have earned as Labour leader during the financial year does not appear on his return.
Hoo, boy, it gets better:
A spokeswoman said the Cabinet Office does not comment on salary payments, while a Labour spokesman could not explain the missing money but told The Telegraph that Mr Corbyn’s P60 form, which details income for the year, also declared £77,000.
They added: “The tax return was prepared by a team of accountants who were given all the relevant information.”
It’s the taxpayer who signs off on it…..