Labour ‘Moron’ Turns on Corbyn

Labour’s new MP in Bermondsey is not a fan of Jeremy Corbyn, judging by this mocking tweet sent last night:

In fact, Neil Coyle is so determined to stop Jezza that he has even banned Corbyn’s brother Piers – a constituent – from voting for him. Coyle tells the Standard:

“He ran a bitter campaign against Labour in Southwark just a few months ago. Our party rules are clear – he will not be getting a vote.”

Seems Coyle is very much in the stop Corbyn camp.

Funny, then, that he was one of the guilty men and women who lent their nomination to Corbyn in order to ‘broaden the debate’. Without Coyle and co’s support Labour would not be facing the existential crisis they are in today. It’s a bit late for him to start complaining now. So that’s what John McTernan meant by “morons“…




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Stephen Bush writing in the New Statesman‘s morning briefing…

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