The article proposes a model motion for changing the composition of Labour’s NEC.

This Writer already brought a similar motion to my own Constituency Labour Party, which voted it through decisively.

If you are a Labour member, I strongly urge you to visit the source article and support the model motion there.

If you’re one of the many tens of thousands of Labour members, supporters or affiliate members who were deprived of a vote in the leadership election and/or you were suspended or even expelled from the party as part of the latest purge, or if you simply care about having a democratic Labour party that gets behind its leader to fight the reckless and damaging Tories, McNicol’s name will be mud – or several rungs below that.

If you want him removed from his position for the indisputable disrepute he’s brought on Labour and the damage he has done to it and to the millions of people who need it to obstruct and eventually bring down this malevolent government, you face a significant hurdle:

His tenure depends on the 33 individuals who make up Labour’s NEC (National Executive Committee).

Anyone who wishes to see McNicol booted out of a position they believe he has no business occupying therefore needs to set their sights on an even tougher – but not impossible – target: change the NEC.

Source: If you want rid of McNicol, you need to read this | The SKWAWKBOX

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