My Labour Party no longer exists: Councillor quits after 20 years with devastating attack on Corbyn and his hard-Left supporters

My Labour Party no longer exists: Councillor quits after 20 years with devastating attack on Corbyn and his hard-Left supporters

  • Nora Mulready, 35, quit the Labour party after almost 20 years of membership
  • The Haringey, north London activist quit with an attack on leader Jeremy Corbyn
  • She accused Momentum activists of manufacturing party anger for a class war

A Labour councillor has quit the party after almost 20 years with a furious attack on the direction it has taken under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.

Nora Mulready, 35, was an activist in Haringey, north London, where the council could become the first to be taken over by hard-Left Momentum supporters.

In a resignation letter posted online, Miss Mulready accused them of ‘moral deterioration’, exploitation and keeping people in positions of deprivation.

4 thoughts on “My Labour Party no longer exists: Councillor quits after 20 years with devastating attack on Corbyn and his hard-Left supporters

  1. Nora Mulready was ejected from a hotel during the Labour Party Conference in 2016 for hurling abuse at Seamus Milne. Is it any wonder she is happy to peddle a sob story to the Daily Hate?

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  2. the Daily Fail would love its readers to think that Momentum is taking over the Labour party.
    The whole idea of the Haringey Development Vehicle was deeply flawed, and is still going through the courts:
    An opinion piece in the Guardian, tells a very different story to the DF one:
    “A Labour council attacking its own people? This is regeneration gone bad”
    Aditya Chakrabortty
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/oct/25/labour-council-regeneration-housing-crisis-high-court-judge

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