Watson admits to Corbyn strategy snub

LABOUR deputy leader Tom Watson has revealed Jeremy Corbyn excludes him on key discussions about the party’s strategy.

Mr Watson also declined to say it would be a “good thing” for Mr Corbyn to lead Labour into the next General Election but promised to support him and said his victory in last summer’s leadership election had to be respected.

The revelations emerged in an interview with former Downing Street communications chief Alistair Campbell for GQ magazine.

Read more at: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/watson-admits-to-corbyn-strategy-snub-1-8315618

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2 Responses to Watson admits to Corbyn strategy snub

  1. ColinTawn says:

    How on earth can the Deputy Leader be confident in his abilities if the Leader excludes him from strategy meetings? How can he be sure anything he says to the MSM is factual?

    Watson would do well to ask the Big Question we are eager to know the answer to: What strategy?

  2. S Thornton says:

    Why is he is excluded form key issues ?, He was instrumental in trying to get rid of him in the previous leadership election. But as normal, along with the rest of them, (including Rotherhams MPs,) jezza`s is now the best thing since sliced bread “cos we carn`t get rid of him”. I predict the next round of leadership elections around late 2018, early 2019. The labour support is bleeding away like hell, and they know he is not Electable.
    Which way will our MPs jump then ?.
    Flip Flop, Flip Flop

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