Is this why Margaret Hodge launched a vote of ‘no confidence’ against Jeremy Corbyn?

This is interesting:

From an edition of Private Eye, published in 1995.
From an edition of Private Eye, published in 1995.

There seems to be bad blood between Margaret Hodge and Jeremy Corbyn, dating back to the 1990s.

Is this why she co-proposed a vote of ‘no confidence’ against his leadership at the end of June?

Bearing in mind the Private Eye report quoted above, one wonders how popular her viewpoint would be, were she to put it forward now.

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3 Thoughts to “Is this why Margaret Hodge launched a vote of ‘no confidence’ against Jeremy Corbyn?”

  1. Nice bit of digging, there! Loo-o-oong political memories!

  2. Pat Mcqueenie

    Speechless!!!!!!

  3. So Margaret Hodge throws a childish tantrum because people don’t see things her way and only two of the hundred+ voted on her side. During her little hissy fit she totally embarrasses herself and alienated the audience and she blames Corbyn?
    How about she just accept the consequences of her own actions instead or is that beyond her egotistical view of her importance in the delusional world she inhabits?

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