Bullies in the Labour Party

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Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn during the official launch his re-election campaign for leader of the Labour Party at the UCL Institute of Education, Central London, Britain, 21 July 2016.

Bullies in the Labour Party


What started as a movement to propel a quiet man to power has become a magnet for violent, unprincipled and self-aggrandising bullies, writes the Daily Mirror’s columnist Fleet Street Fox.

“They have damaged not only the reputation of Corbyn and forced him into contortions over his beliefs, but are killing the Labour Party. There are many members of Momentum who are good and kind. Activists who just want to do their bit to help Corbyn along. But even the most blind of faith must admit that Mo...


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