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I have been a Labour supporter for many years, however I actually joined the Labour Party in March of this year, as a direct result of the election of Jeremy Corbin as party leader. I have admired his passion and his openness and honesty. I still support him 100% even though the top echelons of the party want to get rid of him.

As pleased as I was to hear yesterday that he will be able to stand for re-election for his job, I was stunned to also read that anyone who joined less than six months ago will now have to pay £25 for the the pleasure of voting for our next leader.

What on earth has happened to this party? I see two very serious issues with this…

1. Are we not supposed to be the party of the people? Are we not supposed to support the low paid and the poor? So why are we suddenly making it almost impossible for this class of people, which includes myself as a disabled person on benefits, for them to be able to afford to make their vote? I see this as outright discrimination and surely this cannot be legal.

2. With Labour party membership having increased massively since Jeremy Corbin became leader, it doesn’t take a lot of intelligence to work out that the likelihood is that most of these new members are supporters of his. This is absolutely stinks of vote rigging, a backdoor way of stopping Jeremy Corbin from winning the leadership election.

commented 2016-06-28 11:02:57 +0100

I am appalled that so many Labour supporters are blaming Jeremy Corbyn for losing the referendum. Isn’t this supposed to be a free country? The referendum asked us for an honest opinion, did we support the EU membership , not did we support Labour. I voted Leave because that is what I believed was right and nothing and nobody was going to tell me what to do. And to suggest that Labour members throughout the country did not understand the Labour parties view on this is nothing but an insult to their intelligence. How could they not know after 3 months of being bombarded on the subject from all sides.

Jeremy Corbyn may or not be the right leader of the Labour party, but he won his election fairly in what we all thought was a democracy. The labour deserters should have accepted that as they should now accept that we are out of the EU, and if they can’t do that then the party is better off without them.
commented 2016-06-27 19:38:58 +0100
I am beyond tired of the scant support of Jeremy Corbin offered by so many in the official Labour Party. JC was chosen to lead the party by so many precisely because he was different (and by that I mean he represented ordinary folk NOT his own interest). His interest in the electorates worries and cares and his regular communication with us was a breath of fresh air. Can you clarify Eastleigh’s position on him please? Because as he said today the nation is tearing its self apart and I for one do not see how the shadow cabinet committing suicide is going to help anyone!
commented 2015-04-03 20:04:24 +0100
I am moving into the constituency in the near future. I expect to be resident in time for the general election and have already registered to vote. I am a Labour party member and was a Labour councillor on Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council in Kent for 15 years.
commented 2015-04-01 17:42:36 +0100
Request a Labour Poster for my window please.
commented 2014-09-29 17:45:59 +0100
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