It is exactly the right thing for Jeremy Corbyn to do to his dissenting MPs.
Let’s hope that any further – unauthorised and/or inflammatory – comments lead to serious action against the Member making them.
We’ve all had enough of unscrupulous backstabbers who aren’t willing to accept the democratic decision of the Labour Party membership.
It’s time for them to get in line – or get out.
Jeremy Corbyn has spoken out over party discipline to the shadow cabinet after the shadow defence secretary Maria Eagle appeared to back the head of the armed forces when the general criticised the Labour leader’s position on Trident.
According to several party sources, Corbyn made it clear that disputes must not be carried out so publicly in future, as he addressed his weekly shadow cabinet meeting.
The Labour leader also reminded his colleagues that media statements must be cleared through his office and asserted that there must be stronger collective responsibility.
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