Thursday, November 7, 2019

Labour meltdown after Tom Watson QUITS - and ex-MP urges people to vote TORY  de  fr  nl  sl  bg  hu  pt

A former Labour MP today urged people to vote Tory to stop Mr Corbyn getting into No10. The extraordinary intervention came from Ian Austin, a close ally of Tom Watson, who quit the party in protest at the vile wave of anti-Semitism among activists since Mr Corbyn became leader.

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