Speaking from the smoking wreckage of an election campaign she launched, she tweeted and she was desperate to succeed, Ellie's in an analytical mood.
"Each day the Labour Party is out of government is another day the people we should always represent are vulnerable"
Yeah? Who are the 'people' who must 'always' be represented? The enormous sprawling public sector? The gigantic client state of welfare recipients? Gordon Brown himself?
Speaking of McBroon, Ellie wants us to know that it was very much not the beloved leader's fault that Labour were humiliated at the election. Oh no.
"It was not an awkward smile, or stiffness on camera which made the semi-skilled workers of this country desert our party.."
Hang on. What? The "semi skilled workers"?
And doesn't that little phrase, casually thrown in, tell you all you need to know about the littlest Champagne Socialist? "the semi skilled workers". For fuck's sake.
Imagine if an eeevil Tory had referred to a whole swathe of voters in that condescending, patronising way, eh? Ellie and friends would have had a field day.
Thanks for popping back from your stay in Paris, taking time off your studies, to let us know that it's those 'semi-skilled workers' who just don't get what Labour are all about.
Poor little rich girl.