Pot, kettle, black? And is anybody really interested in squabbling between the candidates? What about policies? Other than Corbyn, nobody else seems to have any.

Supporters of the Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn are playing a dangerous game by resorting to inflammatory language which risks a return to the splits and factionalism of the 1980s, Andy Burnham has said.

In a sign of the shadow cabinet’s deep concerns about the growing confidence of Corbyn’s supporters in the trade unions and in the party as a whole, the fellow candidate said “loud warnings” and alarm bells were starting to sound.

Source: Jeremy Corbyn supporters risk return to Labour splits of 1980s, says Burnham | Politics | The Guardian

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