Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has released his own Christmas message - and promptly been attacked on Twitter for it.
Corbyn, who this year saw off a ferocious rebellion by his own MPs that culimated in a leadership contest, made Brexit the centre-piece of his brief message, suggesting he supports the will of the people and has no intention to fight the result of June's EU referendum.
The veteran left-wing politician said that this year "people didn't trust politicians and they didn't trust the EU. I understand that."
He pledged to help "build an economy that works for everyone" and deliver a "Brexit for the people" rather than the banking elite.
However the speech has received a largely negative reaction on Twitter, with many suggesting Corbyn is out of touch.
Read some of the responses below