It’s all very quiet on the ‘moderate’ side of Labour this morning.
I repeat what I said yesterday. Iain McNicol and his team of saboteurs must face immediate expulsion from the Labour Party. @Keir_Starmer must act now.
— Rachael Swindon (@Rachael_Swindon) April 13, 2020
I even paid my subs when I was out of work and struggling. That money could and should have gone on my kids but I was duped into fighting for something better, that I believe so passionately in. They're thieving fucking bastards. Con artists.
— RD Hale (@SkyeCity_) April 12, 2020
The Labour Report is damming.
Tom Watson and Emilie Oldknow deliberately created a crisis for Jeremy Corbyn.
Emilie had Tom Watson delay the expulsion of Ken Livingstone.
— Jon Jones (@JonJonesSnr) April 13, 2020
Dawn Butler was speaking the truth. pic.twitter.com/3GfY9XDEUX
— Aaron Bastani (@AaronBastani) April 12, 2020
Report proving senior Labour Party staff treacherously undermined Labour Party in 2017 election is extraordinary and sickening @Keir_Starmer MUST
1. Address all issues raised and send report to EHRC
2. Apologise to Mr Corbyn and the whole party
3. Discipline McNicol & others
— Tom London (@TomLondon6) April 13, 2020
Statement from the Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs in light of the recent revelations about senior officials undermining the 2017 general election campaign. pic.twitter.com/o2anrRr1ZL
— Socialist Campaign Group (@socialistcam) April 13, 2020
Senior staff joking about Diane Abbott breaking down over racist death threats and telling tabloid hacks where to hound her – remember that Starmer just promoted Jess Phillips to the front bench, who boasted of telling Abbott to 'fuck off' and faced no consequences.
— The Kafka Dude (@TheKafkaDude) April 13, 2020
Today Streatham CLP has written to @Keir_Starmer & @AngelaRayner on behalf of our members who are outraged by the allegations of misconduct at party HQ revealed in the #LabourReport. pic.twitter.com/jbX8K7L42K
— Streatham Labour (@StreathamLabour) April 14, 2020
So, the new Leader of the Opposition doesn’t support a universal basic income, during the #COVID19 crisis.
This is why the Tories are delighted to have a senior establishment figure leading the Labour Party.
— Rachael Swindon (@Rachael_Swindon) April 23, 2020
— NAYAB CHOHAN Journalist AND Presenter (@NayabChohanLIVE) May 3, 2020