I am alarmed at the following post. The Labour Party has been kidnapped by shadowy radicals.
Personally, I think the Blairites should form a new UK political party. As is evidenced by the following post, the Labour Party has been hijacked by the extreme-left for whom the end justifies the means.
I agree with Tony Blair in his outstanding op-ed in the NYT, where he argued passionately against the rise of both far-left populism and far-right populism.
There is an urgent need for the political center to regain power.
Labour is officially in civil war. Blairites and their cohorts have carried out their threatened coup against Jeremy Corbyn and he will now have a leadership challenge after losing a vote of no confidence.
40 MPs backed Corbyn and 172 traitors voted against him. This has caused widespread anger and militancy in and outside of Labour. Grassroots MPs and supporters are furious and disappointed; trade unions are now in fighting mode; Momentum is to organise and manage Corbyn’s leadership campaign and hold demonstrations outside Labour MPs’ constituency offices, but most interestingly the SNP has come out in support of Jeremy Corbyn while Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale calls for him to resign. She has effectively committed political suicide and Scottish Labour’s support will undoubtedly recede further to the advantage of the SNP. Well done, Kezia; you really do know how to make friends and influence people.
Corbyn is now being…
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