Infighting within the Party

Posted on 22-11-20 by Ian Waring Number of votes: 1 | Number of comments: 12

Dear Labour party,

Enough is enough after 40 odd years of tory rule, the third way was not much better, the many in this country have suffered a steady decline in their quality of life, their conditions of work thanks to thatcher's decimation of our manufacturing industry, a punitive benefits system, the results of austerity, and the general pernicious attitude of an elitist government towards those who do not fit into their narrow definition of success.

Where the hell are you in this fight? Publicly fighting each other, that's where!

You are currently certainly not looking after the interests of members and supporters. Whilst I can see fault and merit on both sides, I do not see any hope of you winning the trust of the electorate by what is happening now. For goodness sake talk to each other! By all means, agree to disagree. But for crying out loud present a united front! As said in that song by the rolling stones, 'you can't always get what you want'!

To the PLP to be brutal we members do not pay our dues for you to eternally sit in the comfortably warm seats of the opposition. We want you to be in government fighting for us! Get out there find out what people want and act on it, because it's those people who will get you into power agree with them or not!

PS Get yourselves into the Midlands and the North because it's those working people who have been totally ignored since thatcher!

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