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Who runs the Party; the members or the PLP?

This morning on the Today Programme:

Diane Abbott, shadow international development secretary and a key Jeremy Corbyn ally, has told the Today programme that allowing a free vote on Syria to the labour party “hands victory to Cameron over these air strikes”.

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Britain Deserves Better than Corbyn The Destroyer

30th November, 2015

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Britain Deserves Better

A provocative Blairite headline? Yes, guilty as charged, but I have been provoked. The Labour Party has been provoked. 785 more words

Labour Party

Cuius Iussu? Jeremy’s few, representation, and mandates.

I haven’t had this much political fun in a while. Labour are imploding by the day, and the upcoming vote on military intervention in Syria promises to be even more interesting than its predecessor in 2013. 789 more words

Corbyn at War with his own Labour Party

27th November, 2015

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Corbyn at War with his own Labour Party

Jeremy Corbyn is at loggerheads with his own Labour Party over the proposed Syrian air strikes by the Government, a cause… 462 more words

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Labour MPs slam Corbyn for saying he wasn't happy about 'shooting to kill' terror suspects

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was reportedly branded a ‘f***ing disgrace’ by one of his own shadow ministers following a meeting with MPs in the wake of the Paris attacks. 293 more words


Kaya takes a day trip to Brighton and the Labour Party conference - 29.09.2015

What better way is there to spend a beautiful Autumn day than popping down to Brighton with three large paintings and sharing them with all those lovely Labour Party annual conference delegates as they shuttled continually between the Grand Hotel and the Brighton Conference Centre next door? 335 more words


Diane Abbot of Labour Party accused of being an internet troll

Labour MPs Hit Back At Diane Abbott Over ‘Self-Indulgent’ Criticism

Labour MPs have hit back at Diane Abbott, after the shadow international development secretary criticised party colleagues who were considering backing military strikes against Isis in Syria. 300 more words