I see Tracey's managed yet another sketch about the LabourLive event literally nobody cares about including the attendees, and I imagine yet again the howls of protest from the Corbynistas will be funnier than the actual sketch.
The Rees Mogg sketches work because he's an instantly recognisable inherently funny character who's borderline parody even in real life. Theresa May having a Brexit swear box is neat. But you have to be pretty obsessive about current affairs to _get_ sketches about LabourLive and gaming streams of Battle Royale games and care about the Murdochs, and if you're that keen you probably get bored by hamfisted jokes that explain themselves because it's about Boris, lying in front of bulldozers, which are building an airport, which is funny because Boris might get run over, and also funny because some people would not mind at all if Boris gets run over because he's Boris.
There's more than a few lines which would look good on the page that fall flat because of the delivery too.
(It wasn't helped, admittedly by being followed by the _actual_ news including a segment on Russians having lessons on how to smile, complete with an anecdote from somebody who had been arrested for smiling, which if I hadn't met any Russians I would have assumed was penned by Chris Morris, or at least someone funnier than Tracey Ullman's writers)
To be fair, the makeup jobs are superb and _some_ of the impressions are good and if it commentary are heavy-handed and borderline just-stating-opinions it's at least equal opportunities in dumping on the entire political spectrum