The repercussions of the decision of four Labour MPs to prop up Theresa May and her government during last week’s tight vote on her EU trade bill continue.
Last night the SKWAWKBOX reported on the overwhelming vote by Vauxhall CLP (constituency Labour party) to express no-confidence in their MP Kate Hoey, one of the four, and to call for the withdrawal of the Labour whip.
Tonight on Merseyside Birkenhead CLP similarly voted overwhelming no-confidence in veteran right-winger Frank Field and called for the withdrawal of the whip. More than eighty percent of the votes cast supported the motion.
Will similar moves be mounted against John Mann and Graham Stringer, the remaining pair?
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