West Midlands Labour First MP John Spellar is an outspoken opponent of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters, having once agreed that he considered calling someone a Momentum member to be an insult.
Yet he turned up at a Corbyn rally in Halesowen on Saturday – although he stayed well to the back of the crowd:
In spite of this, witnesses have told the SKWAWKBOX that Mr Spellar ‘ranted’ when neighbouring MP Adrian Bailey was ‘name-checked’ during the rally, but he was not, allegedly saying:
I want this noted that he didn’t mention me.
Mr Spellar was contacted for comment but has not responded to say whether he enjoyed the rally or why he was upset not to be mentioned.
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