John Woodcock: If he’s going to go, he should just get on with it.

This is sickening, isn’t it?

An MP who owes everything he has to the Labour Party has (apparently) said he is planning to resign the party whip in protest at Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.

But he hasn’t done it yet – and my bet is he won’t until the most damaging moment possible for the party that has supported him for his entire political life.

Otherwise, why not do it now?

Most of us can’t wait to see the back of him. Some are even satirising the moment he does go:

And one more thing…

What about this?

John Woodcock is planning to resign the Labour whip in protest at the party’s direction under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.

The Barrow and Furness MP has told friends that recent rows over Russia and anti-Semitism, as well as Owen Smith’s sacking and moves to unseat Dan Jarvis have pushed him to breaking point.

Mr Woodcock has long been been an outspoken critic of Mr Corbyn, and said before last year’s general election that he could not vote to make him Prime Minister.

Source: EXCL Labour MP John Woodcock ‘planning to resign party whip’ |

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