Liverpool Riverside MP has fraught relationship with local members
Liverpool Riverside MP Louise Ellman is facing trigger ballots in the coming week, after local Labour members asked the north-west regional office for a schedule for the ballots to decide whether Ms Ellman will face a selection contest.
The MP has a tense relationship with her constituency party (CLP), after making a string of accusations against local members and against the party leadership – memorably criticising Jeremy Corbyn for participating briefly in an event she attended herself in full.
Any Riverside members who have not been notified of their branch meeting should contact their branch and CLP secretaries for details.
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