If this is how #JeremyCorbyn responds to #KeirStarmer’s backstabbing it will be brilliant

Jeremy Corbyn: if Keir Starmer is determined to stop him standing as a Labour Parliamentary candidate, will he form a Peace & Justice Party? If so, he’ll have no shortage of members.

The Mail online is reporting that Mary Creagh is on a shortlist of female Labour candidates set to challenge Jeremy Corbyn for his Islington North Parliamentary seat in the next general election.

It is an indication that Labour leader Keir Starmer is determined to deny Mr Corbyn the opportunity to stand again as a Parliamentary candidate for that party.

In response – according to the Telegraph – Mr Corbyn is said to be (at last) considering forming a political party of his own in order to defend his seat.

This is terrific news.

Mr Corbyn has been an icon of the UK Left since his shock election as leader of the Labour Party in 2015.

Opposition by right-wing factionalists within Labour is said to have sabotaged the party’s chances of winning a general election under his leadership – but this is unlikely to be a problem in a party that he forms and leads.

And he’ll certainly have no shortage of candidates for membership:

I do have a doubt about the possible name: The Peace and Justice Party. The PJ Party? Won’t that lend itself to critics calling it the pyjama party? Or am I the only one who made that link?

Whatever the new organisation is called (if it comes about at all), This Writer certainly hopes Mr Corbyn enters into talks with the leaders of the other splinter parties that have broken off from Labour since Keir Starmer began his hugely destructive and divisive reign of terror there.

My understanding (from a dialogue with a representative) is that the Breakthrough Party is actively discussing an alliance with left-wing political parties, trade unions, campaigns and other movements to form an alliance.

I would certainly hope common ground could be reached with Chris Williamson’s Resist, that has also announced an intention to form a political party.

They wouldn’t have to merge, or lose any of their individuality – just find enough similarities to share a platform at election times.

They could brand themselves the Progressive Alliance; it would be the first time the title was used correctly.

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7 thoughts on “If this is how #JeremyCorbyn responds to #KeirStarmer’s backstabbing it will be brilliant

  1. Stephen Brophy

    at last! this will be a real wake up call to new labour! I just hope the idiots like the red wall voters pull their heads oit their backsides!

  2. Grey Swans

    ALREADY EXISTS
    …”My understanding (from a dialogue with a representative) is that the Breakthrough Party is actively discussing an alliance with left-wing political parties, trade unions, campaigns and other movements to form an alliance.

    I would certainly hope common ground could be reached with Chris Williamson’s Resist, that has also announced an intention to form a political party.”…

    All of these parties are already in a ‘progressive alliance’ and run in elections, and will run in council elections this year, under the umbrella name of TUSC.

    TUSC has not been winning elections, getting as low as 30 votes in recent elections.

    Even Chris Williamson agrees that electoral success is not the sole aim of his new party.

    TUSC DOES NOT WIN ELECTIONS
    None of them will win the next general election, as they only have youth policies for people under age 40, who stopped voting sufficiently decades ago and still do not, over last couple of years.

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    Only the Grey Vote (aged from 50 to 100) turn out at elections in sufficient numbers.

    The 1950s born ladies became National Insurance and state pension experts.

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    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      If the name “TUSC” is electoral poison, then it makes sense to get another name, I would say.

      And “Progressive Alliance” is just begging to be taken back.

  3. Stephen Licence

    Any new Corbyn-led Party should be called “The Consumer Party”: this would likely attract many from the Centre, and Centre-Right who, although “comfortable”, have seen their income and savings becoming victim to the Tory greed.

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