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They certainly should. The members voted overwhelmingly two times for Corbyn as leader. He then held May to a hung Parliament in the 2017 General Election, in spite of polls and a tidal wave of media hostility.

If any of these AMs and MPs feel more at home in the Tory or Liberal Democrat parties, they should go and join them.

To not do so is to block democracy. It’s saying ‘you can have any colour party you like, as long as it’s blue.’

We don’t vote Labour in order to get Tory.

Most of these new members are mostly young people who were promised sweeties by Corbyn which is why they joined the PLP, 80% of Labour MP,S don’t want Corbyn and he will never get elected as PM because traditional labour voters will not vote Labour whilst he is the leader, and I say this as a life long Labour Voter.

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.


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