LabourLeft’s Eoin Clarke has outlined three reasons the Labour plotters have behaved disgracefully:
This Writer did vote for Jeremy Corbyn as he stands for many policies I do support. Other than that, I support Eoin’s appraisal.
The ‘no confidence’ vote taking place today, by the way, should be renamed a ‘no consequence’ vote. It has no weight whatsoever.
And let’s not forget the evidence of Malc Cowle, who was told in April that a “coup” was being planned against Mr Corbyn, to take place after the EU referendum.
Add it all up and there’s a good case for suspending – and then expelling – the whole gang of 50 or more plotters for bringing the Labour Party into disrepute.
At the very least, they should run the risk of deselection before the next general election – even if it takes place as early as October.
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