Former Labour General Secretary Iain McNicol’s leaving do is tonight (Tues).
There is certainly no reason whatever to think that what has been described as the ‘must-miss event of the year’ will be attended only by joyless, uninspired centrists.
There just might be a few scenes like this at Labour and Momentum meetings up and down the country, however:
The jubilation will, of course, be entirely driven by excitement about what new General Secretary Jennie Formby will bring to the role – and not at all by relief or ‘Schadenfreude’ at Mr McNicol’s departure to pastures new.
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