Can you believe it? Now LEFT-wing Labour MPs want to challenge Corbyn

Last time Jeremy Corbyn was challenged, he spoke at huge rallies like this and inspired hundreds of thousands of people to join Labour [Image: PA].

It has been revealed … that some Labour MPs are ‘starting to mobilise for a leadership challenge’ against Jeremy Corbyn – not even a year after Owen Smith’s miserable attempt to take back control of the party.

It is the anti-Brexit left who are starting to mobilise a challenge to Corbyn’s leadership as opposed to the Progress wing of the party – who have largely supported Corbyn’s call to trigger Article 50 and respect the result of the Brexit referendum.

This would prove to be Corbyn’s toughest battle yet – as well as a potential electoral disaster for the Labour Party – whose massive downward spiral in the polls began at the same time as last year’s leadership contest.

Another leadership contest so soon could be an extra nail in the coffin of a party that is trying to speak for working class people but is being constricted by a Parliamentary Labour Party that is intent on trying to depose their twice elected leader.

The up and coming by-elections in Stoke-on-Trent and Copeland are now even more important than ever – as defeat in either of these could put Corbyn and his team under huge pressure and give the Labour plotters the ammunition they need to finance and fight another leadership battle.

Source: Labour MPs are ‘starting to mobilise for a leadership challenge’ against Corbyn |

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17 thoughts on “Can you believe it? Now LEFT-wing Labour MPs want to challenge Corbyn

  1. John

    You have a decent person and imo, MP/leaderof the opposition/potential prime minister, if allowed to continue the way he’s heading, in Jeremy Corbyn and his own party wish to screw him over just to lose the next general election, I, personally just don’t get it, imo again, they should be uniting with him, not fighting him because they are fighting the wrong fight, thier fight lies with our current oppressors, how blind are his opposers or is it stupidity, or both, do they not see we will end up with another 5 years of oppression after 2020 if they don’t change thier ways, enough said.

  2. Aelfy

    It appears that certain MPs are fully prepared to go against democracy and also the best Leader that Labour has had in years. I despair, I really do.

  3. gfranklinpercival

    “This information has been revealed by Political Affairs Editor of the Manchester Evening News, Jennifer Williams, and corroborated by a source close to EvolvePolitics.”

    Jennifer Williams is unknown to me as is the anonymous MP, of course.

    This does strike on as being little more than unfounded gossip.

  4. Signor tbf


    Do you take this seriously, because I’m struggling to believe a word of it? It’s probably come from someone in Progress realising the game is up for them.

  5. Simon

    Not much point really when every contender is as much a dud as the man they seek to replace. Best to batten down the hatches, wait for the storm to die down, and hope for rescue. Whatever you can say about Jezza his draw as Labour leader has put the party back on a much better financial footing. So there’s that to thank him for which is nothing to be sneezed at.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Absolutely true.
      I could certainly support some of the new left-wingers, but I’m not convinced they would want to challenge Mr Corbyn as he’s the one who promoted them.

  6. Barry Davies

    The simple fact is that the anti brexiteers are putting themselves above their constituents wishes, in the most part. Stoke for example was extremely pro leave so anyone they elect should be aware of that and not go against either their own constituency or for that matter a national cross party vote on the grounds of party politics.

    1. Dan

      Stoke may have voted leave, but the leave vote was only how much? 45%?
      If the leave vote is split and the remain vote is not, then there is a fair chance that a remain candidate could win.

  7. KEVIN


    1. Dan

      No Kevin, it is simply a reaction to the complete and utter pigs ear that Corbyn has made of being an opposition leader.

  8. John

    Well, if this IS true, then we all know what it potentially means, don’t we?!
    The Tories will remain in power for maybe the next 5 or 10 years, and 1000s if not 100s of thousands more disabled and vulnerable people WILL DIE!
    It’ll be the biggest cull of vulnerable people that the UK has probably ever seen! (not forgetting the ones that have already been murdered)
    Wonder if many Labour MPs read these articles? 🙂

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