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Keep Corbyn - No Coup

Downing St, London. Sun 26 Jun 2016

  

 
 The protest was arranged at the last minute but even so the numbers were a little disappointing as there was

 great support for Jeremy Corbyn on line. Feeling among those there was extremely high, with everyone

 feeling that Labour could only regain support by backing Corbyn, not by reverting to the failed Blairites

 The majority of Labour MPs have never really backed Corbyn

 and have at best only given him half-hearted support, while looking for some pretext to launch an attack

 which has been in planning for months by a Blairite PR agency.

 

 Corbyn became a leader with a huge popular vote - and is still very popular with Labour Party members

  and his performances over the months have led to him steadily gaining support among the public as a whole
 
There is a huge feeling of wanting to get away from the old politics which he stands for 

 

Keep Corbyn 

 

 

All the reasons for voting for Corbyn still stand - and if the right manage to force another leadership election 

he would probably romp home with an increased vote. The PLP seem to be raving.  
   

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