One in five local parties have, or would have if allowed
Last month, the SKWAWKBOX called for Labour members whose constituency party (CLP) has voted to support motions calling for Jeremy Corbyn to be restored to the Labour ‘whip’, or of no confidence in Keir Starmer and/or his acting general secretary David Evans, to submit details so a tally can be kept.
The number of CLPs that have now passed such resolutions stands at more than eighty – and at least a further twenty-five have voted no confidence in Starmer, Evans, or both.
At least thirty-one CLPs, possibly many more, have been denied the opportunity to vote on motions because regional officials banned them based on Evans’s Stalinist diktat banning freedom of speech on the issues, in breach of the EHRC report’s affirmation of the legally-protected right to discuss them. If they had been allowed to go ahead with the motions and only half had passed them – far below the current rate of success for motions on the issue – more than one in five local Labour parties would have publicly sided against the leadership.
The revolt against the shameless attack on the left – and on left-wing Jews – continues to grow.
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