Despite some rather desperate attacks on Jeremy Corbyn of late ("he didn't bow!", "he didn't sing!" "his bicycle is a communist!"), you'd think even his fiercest critics among the media would draw the line at trying to blame the pacifist anti-war campaigner for the UK's likely involvement in bombing Syria.
But no. A number of papers are paving the way to blame Corbyn for "caving in" and letting Labour MPs join the Conservatives in backing military action. Of course, if Corbyn had been able to prevent this he would have faced criticism for being "undemocratic" or a "terrorist sympathiser":