'Is this an attempt to launch an attack against Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party on two fronts?
A few days ago, the Jewish Labour Movement announced that it would remain affiliated to Labour – with a threat that it could still leave, and cause a stink while doing it, if the party doesn’t accept its lunatic posturings about anti-Semitism. See this article for the hideous details.
It seems Tom Watson will ask fellow Labour MPs to join his latest attempt to split the Parliamentary party at a meeting on Monday. This new party-within-a-party will be called the Future Britain Group and is likely to consist of Blairites who don’t like the fact that Mr Corbyn has been returning Labour to its proper position on the political map – slightly left-of-centre.
Mr Watson would rather see Labour occupying the position it took under the leadership of Tony Blair – on a par with the Conservative Party, firmly on the authoritarian right.
It will be interesting to see how many Labour backbenchers will have the courage to put their heads above the parapet and admit to their constituency parties that they plan to betray the hundreds of thousands of new members who joined because they support the Corbyn project to restore Labour to its rightful place.
Occurring so soon after the JLM made its ultimatum, it seems likely to This Writer that Mr Watson is hoping to orchestrate some kind of exodus from the party, to create more bad publicity for Mr Corbyn and bring his leadership into disrepute. It’s what he has been doing ever since he was elected deputy leader in 2015.'
Read more: Watson to launch latest attempt at Labour Party treachery on Monday. Will it be over by Tuesday?
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