Labour MP to stand against his own Party

Discussion in 'UK politics, current affairs and news' started by Udo Erasmus, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. Udo Erasmus

    Udo Erasmus Well-Known Member

  2. glenquagmire

    glenquagmire Rightwing NuLab apologist

  3. treelover

    treelover Well-Known Member

    Yeah, shows how far Liverpool has fallen, twenty years ago, Twigge wouldn't have got thorough the section meeting door.
  4. butchersapron

    butchersapron blood on the walls

    How about Shaun Woodward - labour MP for St Helen’s with a butler.
  5. Donna Ferentes

    Donna Ferentes jubliado

  6. shagnasty

    shagnasty two legs bad four legs good R.I.P.

    Another nu labour stooge and one of the old guard gone will there be a spilt to form a proper labour group(don't hold your breath) .but there seems to be a new party in germany called called die linke(the left) as anyone any news on that
  7. urbanrevolt

    urbanrevolt New Member

    It'll be interesting to see what happens in the Bob Wareing case. Will he just stand as an independent?
  8. shagnasty

    shagnasty two legs bad four legs good R.I.P.

    An after thought is that if he is going to stand against nu labour then he will be expelled from the party and won't be able to take the labour whip
  9. Fisher_Gate

    Fisher_Gate Active Member

    There was a meeting in Liverpool last night to form the "Friends of Bob Wareing". Here is the notice calling it:

  10. urbanrevolt

    urbanrevolt New Member

    Though apparently it didn't actually happen and Bob Wareing went to a meeting in London to discuss matters which is why I was wondering if he'll be a left of Labour independent or something else.

    If Wareing stands as an independent on a fighting program against Labour this would be a good development- he has a consistent anti- New Labour voting record and it would be a good campaign for socialists to help build an organistion in Liverpool to campaign against privatisation, for workers' rights, against tge pay freeze (cuts)

    A news report here that doesn't take into account the postponement of that meeting

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