General election is about down-to-earth, bread-and-butter issues facing country blighted by almost a decade of Tory austerity. Any Labour supporter who strays onto any other topic is letting down movement and country
With Labour set to support tomorrow’s general election bill – subject to a small number of safeguards for voters – an election is likely, though not certain, to take place before Christmas.
Labour will fight the election on the real issues facing the country and its vision for reversing the poverty, misery and slashed, sold-off public services, with a manifesto that will eclipse even the transformative policies of 2017.
On that ground, Labour wins.
Any – any – Labour MP or campaigner who makes the election about other issues will be failing both the movement and a country that desperately needs a Labour government.
No matter how senior.
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