Monday, 8 August 2016

Executive Stress

A clean sweep for Jeremy Corbyn's supporters in the election of the six members' representatives on the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party.

Ann Black's poll-topping 100,999 votes is more than twice the number of members that UKIP claimed last year, when it was much more of a going concern than it is now.

In the election for councillors' representatives, Simon Henig came bottom of the poll.

On, then, to the sacking of some staff. As, like so many things, ought to have happened last year.

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