Reading the news the last few days has really made me question my loyalty to the Labour Party. The inner bitching between the MP’s is reminding me of school playground antics.
It seems that if Jeremy Corbyn wins the Labour leadership a number of MPs are threatening to overthrow him and are now trying to damage his credibility. With interviews from that compulsive liar better know as Tony Blair and other false stories I am totally shocked at the behaviour of these so called servants of the public.
Tell me how they can behave this way?
Firstly they are the voice of the public and secondly they should believe in democracy!
Jeremy Corbyn has ignited a passion back into politics that has been missing for a very long time. After the austerity nightmare from the Conservatives he is giving people hope. It has been a long time since we have seen such interest in politics.
His policies make sense and they certainly aren’t just sound bites.
He knows how to turn this country around and he has the grit and determination to do just that.
I will be voting for Jeremy Corbyn and I’m proud to do so.
If he does win the leadership election I want to see the Labour Party behave and unite under his leadership. The undercutting and party warfare helped the Conservatives to victory this year lets not make the same mistake in 2020.
Let’s make the Labour Party something we can be proud.
- Equality in all fields.
- The empowerment of the younger generation.
- Education accessible for all.
- Protecting the vulnerable.
The Labour Party can and will be again known for its vision.
- Supporting the NHS,
- Supporting business and industry.
This can all happen if Labour MPs respect the wishes of their members and unite behind whoever is voted as their leader.
The opposition is the conservatives and this should not be forgotten.
I am excited for the future of the Labour party and hope that inner fighting stops and the party comes together.
I trust that the MP’s of the Labour party will remind themselves that they represent their members and will put their personal agenda’s aside and support whoever is voted as leader.
I will be voting for Jeremy Corbyn because I believe in him, I admire all that he stands for.
I truly believe that he is the leader the Labour party needs.