JW - hi
Maybe the Tories will release the Russian report on the same day the EHRC reports on Labour’s antisemitism!
I see the Momentum Party is tying itself in knots on who to select as their leader and how to ‘sell’ itself to the (sceptical) electorate. The good news is that it will be even harder next time as there is now nothing stopping the much needed changes to electoral constituencies that currently give Labour an undemocratic advantage.
It takes fewer votes (on average) to elect a Labour MP than it does a Tory one. The boundary changes have been stopped by the Lib Dems (in the coalition) and Theresa May’s lack of a majority recently. Now with a massive Tory majority it will be definitely be done for the next election.
Interesting quote from the article:
'The most famous MP facing wholesale change under those recommendations is Jeremy Corbyn, whose Islington North constituency would cease to exist.
The redraw, which would create redrawn constituencies across North London, including the creation of Finsbury Park and Stoke Newington, would affect a swathe of Labour MPs including Mr Corbyn, Keir Starmer, Emily Thornberry and Diane Abbott.’
The good news keeps on coming.