Jeremy Corbyn expels Alastair Campbell from UK Labour Party same day as EHRC investigation.

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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-48434842
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-48433964
    Jeremy Corbyn rules with an iron fist it seems.

    However, this happening the same day UK Labour Party have to answer to an investigation into their blatant racism from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is just spin doctoring by the head of the UK to hide the story that UK Labour Party are under investigation EHRC investigation day, Becoming the second political party in UK history to be investigated for institutional racism, the first being the BNP (British National Party).
    Alastair Campbell's crime; voting Liberal Democrat in last week's EU election.
    Jeremy Corbyn is a dictator who's cronies were members of the Communist Party in the UK, but were spared expulsion from Labour when Tony Blair ran New Labour.
    Jeremy Corbyn is therefore hiding this investigation and demanding complete loyalty to his vision of the party.

    The UK Labour Party were taken over by a bunch calling themselves Momentum; Not all Labour Party members are standing for it; and why should they?
    They regard Momentum as squatters in their party and they're defying Jeremy Corbyn to expel them too for voting for other political parties.


    Today's explosion should be the nail in the coffin that gets rid of Jeremy Corbyn and his type from politics in the UK; Trumping up a vendetta on the same day their party's being investigated for their racism.
     
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    The mutiny of Labour defying Corbyn to expel them for also voting for other parties.
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politic...ces-mutiny-senior-labour-grandees-dare-expel/

    So why doesn't Corbyn do it?
    • No more stories to bury regarding investigations into their racism?
    • They've no vendetta against them like New Labour?
    It should be one rule for everybody or no rule at all, Corbyn himself was spared expulsion by New Labour many years ago for being a Communist.
    Now it seems the tables have turned, and Alastair Campbell under Corbyn doesn't receive the same gratitude paid to him by Tony Blair who decided not to expel Corbyn for supporting The Communist Party.

    The only thing to get is that Jeremy Corbyn is spin doctoring his party's investigation with this trumped up expulsion of Alastair Campbell.
     
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    BUMP..


    Time to stop bitching about a bus, and get to the truth; Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party are antisemitic thugs who despise capitalism.
     
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    Campbell admits he is no longer a Labour supporter and that even if he won his case against his expulsion he would still leave. I heard Blair openly suggesting that Corbyn was antisemetic because criticism of Israel was antisemitism the other day. I guess both of them now realise they can destroy the Labour Party better from the outside. History will hold them responsible for the destruction of the Labour Party, it turning its back on it's base, the subsequent turning of a significant section of that base to the extreme right and the work of Campbell, Blair and others to stop the Labour Party returning to its values and working for those in need.

    https://www.theguardian.com/politic...ays-he-no-longer-wishes-to-be-a-labour-member
     
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    to be honest I find this all rather amusing...I haven't been following the stories very closely as to me its frankly a nonsense, however, is it right then that if one is a critic of Israel then one (in this context) is labeled "antisemitic" pure and simple? So if one sympathises with the plight of the Palastinians then by rights (in this context) one is "antisemitic...is that right?
     
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    That is a bit unfair of Campbell and Blair. Destroying the Labour Party has always been considered to be Corbyn's job.
     
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