Labour right warns of crisis as party lead soars

Momentum Hounslow responds to Roy Hattersley’s red baiting in the Observer

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What failure looks like: Hattersley and Kinnock

By the lil’ red mole

Just as pollsters put Labour eight points ahead, Roy  Hattersley announces in the pages of the Observer that the party is in its deepest crisis ever.

For those too young to remember Mr Hattersley, he is a veteran Labour right winger and was deputy to Neil Kinnock. So, to be fair, he knows a thing or two about losing elections.

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An open letter to Ruth Cadbury

Dear Ruth,

I think that your letter on an “organised plan by a particular group to “take over control” of our constituency party” was unhelpful.

When dealing with contentious issues we all have to exercise the utmost care to avoid descending in to vague allusions to shadowy enemies with outrageous views. It is therefore to be regretted that you did not see fit to give the source of your information. Who sent the email to which you refer? What was its purpose? For whom was it intended? Without such information we are just dealing with political noise. Can you not agree that this is not the right way to debate political differences? Continue reading “An open letter to Ruth Cadbury”