Who cares what Labour nonentity Jess Phillips says?
This Blog doesn’t. I’m only mentioning her here to point out her treachery towards her party, its leader, and the huge number of new members who support him.
She’s just the latest mouthpiece for the right-whingers and Blairites who want to steal the party away from those who are steering it back to its original purpose – and don’t care that they’ll render it permanently toxic in the effort.
Who will vote for a Labour Party that doesn’t stand up for the people who do the work, but instead concentrates on a dwindling Middle Class?
It’s time Ms Phillips accepted the facts of Labour’s situation.
All that’s putting voters off the Labour Party is people like her.
Labour will “absolutely not” win the next general election and Jeremy Corbyn does not want to be prime minister, MP Jess Phillips has said.
The outspoken backbencher dismissed her party’s chances of victory in 2020 as former cabinet minister Yvette Cooper warned the party and trade union movement risked being “left behind” unless it changed to deal with the challenges facing modern Britain.
She told The Observer that the party faced no chance of taking power at the next general election.
Asked if Labour could win she said: “The honest answer is: ‘no, absolutely not’.”
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