Seven MPs quit ‘institutionally anti-Semitic’ Labour Party

A pro-EU cohort of Labour MPs resign from the party led by far-left Jeremy Corbyn in a significant turn of events. 

 

 

 

 

Luciana Clare Goldsmith MP, known as Luciana Berger, declared that they are creating an independent group in the House of Commons.  

 

 

Luciana Berger Member of Parliament for Liverpool Wavertree claimed she felt “embarrassed and ashamed” and even branded Corbyn’s Labour Party as  “institutionally anti-Semitic”.

 

 

Berger said that she was “leaving behind a culture of bullying, bigotry and intimidation”. 

 

 

Chris Leslie MP also claimed that the Labour Party had been taken over by “machine politics” of the far-left-wing. 

 

 

The other MPs were Chuka Umunna, Angela Smith, Mike Gapes, Gavin Shuker and Ann Coffey.

 

 

 

 

The Independent Group of MPs have already set-up a Twitter page and have been fairly active on their since its launch. 

 

 

The Independent Group have released a statement:  “We believe that none of today’s political parties are fit to provide the leadership and direction needed by our country.”

 

 

 

It is currently unclear whether the group of independent former Labour MPs will register a political party with the electoral commission. 

 

 

 

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Labour councillor accepts caution from the police for voting twice in local election

Foolish Labour councillor from Rochdale made the absurd claim he did not realise he was not allowed to vote more than once in the same election, he received a caution from the police for electoral fraud.

 

Faisal Rana cast a vote in two separate wards at the local council election back in May, on the grounds he has two different houses in different wards.  

 

Mr. Rana believed it to be a mistake because he not understood the Electoral Commission rules. 

 

The fraudulent councillor Faisal Rana, had this to say to Sky News:  

“I have accepted a police caution for an electoral offence, which relates to me casting separate votes for two different wards in two different Constituencies (Spotland and Falinge, and Norden Ward) in the local elections earlier this year.

“I legally registered my votes by providing my genuine national insurance number, date of birth and addresses and when I received these through the post I thought it would have been OK and that is why they issued me two ballots for two constituencies.

“I did not realise this was an offence and misinterpreted the rule that says it is possible to vote in two different electoral areas.

“As soon as this was brought to my attention I went for a voluntary interview at local police station and co-operated with police fully in this regard.”

 

Labour’s Allen Brett, Leader of the council and councillor for Milkstone and Deeplish.

“It is vital that councillors do all that they can to uphold the integrity of the democratic process.

“As soon as he became aware of this, Councillor Rana stepped away from his cabinet responsibilities.

 

 

Whether it was a genuine mistake or not is another question. Cllr Rana obviously has no regard for the democratic process of an election or any respect for the constituents he so boldly claims to serve and a police caution is extremely lenient for voting twice and breaking simple rules he was probably already aware of. 

 

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Veteran Labour MP Chuka Umunna: Admits Labour is “Institutionally Racist”

Chuka Umunna MP described to Sky News that he knows that Labour is “institutionally racist” because of how they have handled the antisemitism row that engulfed the party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. 

 

Umunna the Streatham MP spoke to Sophy Ridge at Sky News, he said when quizzed whether or not Labour was racist institutionally: 

“Yes I do. It’s very painful for me to say that.

“Part of the reason that I joined the Labour Party [and] my family started supporting the party was because it was an anti-racist party and I think the failure to deal with the racism that is antisemitism in particular and clearly is a problem.

“It’s a sadness to listen to you talk about what has happened and transpired over the summer, because we failed to deal with this issue properly and most recently whether or not we adopt the International Holocaust Memorial Alliance’s definition of antisemitism, which we should have done right at the beginning of the summer.”

 

 

Chuka Umunna was slammed by the Labour Chairman for telling Jeremy Corbyn to “call off the dogs” which targets more moderate Labour MPs in the party, he also called on Umunna to apologise. 

 

 

High-profile Labour figures like Frank Field have already resigned for similar reasons and now Chuka Umunna is another veteran Labour MP already basically contemplating leaving Labour and admitting they are an “Institutionally Racist Political Party”, one thing is clear Labour is now the new nasty party in British politics. Labour was once a party for the working-class and now it has become a weird, ugly and divisive cult. 

 

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Labour Lord Blunkett: Slams his party’s response to a Anti-Semitism

Lord Blunkett of the Labour party has criticised his terrible approach to anti-Semitism, branding Jeremy Corbyn’s premiership as “shambles”. 

 

Lord Blunkett wrote for the Telegraph, this is what he had to say:  “shambles which has been the leadership’s response to deep-seated concerns over anti-Semitism” Blunkett pointed out that that long-serving MP Frank Field’s resignation from the party whip revealed just how serious it is.

 

 

He went on to describe:   “recent return to the bullying and thuggery experienced by too many party members and MPs in the 1980s”.

 

Blunkett, finished by saying: “Either Jeremy Corbyn can lead a party into gradual decline and irrelevance, or demonstrate that he can lead a party fit for government. The choice is his.”

 

When veteran Labour MPs like Frank Field resign from the Labour whip, it becomes frankly obvious the Labour party is in internal turmoil. Many of Labour’s long-serving members do not resonate with the new breed of far-left/Marxist politics combined with tolerance of anti-Semitism.

 

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Shadow Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner: Claims a second referendum undermines democracy and could lead to “civil disobedience”

The Shadow Home Secretary Barry Gardiner from the Labour Party has claimed there could be  “civil disobedience” if a second referendum on Britain’s membership the European Union came about, he observed that the British public would not accept this outcome. 

 

Gardiner, had this to say to the BBC; 

  “If people want to be able to achieve change through democratic means, if they feel that that is being denied to them, they then turn to other, more socially disruptive ways of expressing their views. And that is the danger here.”

Barry Gardiner then said; 

“If people feel that the route to change is no longer a democratic route, then you look to social disruption, perhaps civil disobedience in a different way. And this is playing with our democracy. It’s playing with the foundations of our country in a way that is really, really damaging.

“We have to respect the people’s vote in that referendum. We told them we would, we must do it.”

 

The will of the people cannot be ignored. 17.4 million people voted for the United Kingdom to exit the European Union, why have we not yet left? This is democracy and referenda. Britain was once known as a beacon was free-speech, a place where justice was served and the press was truly free! The establishment cannot ignore a decision taken by the Brits as such magnitude other people like Barry Gardiner could be right and there could well be; “civil disobedience”  

 

 

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MP’S Vote Against ‘Human Rights Charter Amendment’ To Brexit Withdrawal Bill

British MP’s have voted against a Labour amendment which sole purpose is to soften Brexit further and shackle the UK to European Union’s Charter of Fundamental Rights by putting it into British law.

The Labour EU fanatic plot called  ‘Amendment 4’ intended for the Brexit withdrawal bill, which was passed last September, was voted against 317 votes to 299 on Tuesday, in spite of Tory EU fanatic, Kenneth Clarke.

Dominic Grieve the former Conservative Attorney General who has been a remainer for a very long time backed the government after be reassured by key ministers.

Reportedly 300 or more amendments were first of all put on the bill, nearly all of them had an ulterior motive to slow down or stop Brexit entirely.

Brexit was supposed to be about regaining our ability to vote on and enact laws in the UK, becoming a fully independent sovereign nation state democracy, forging trade deals across the globe, regaining control of our borders and protecting our culture and heritage but instead our MP’s fight over amendments on a withdrawal bill…

It has been reported that the there are schemes in the House of Commons put betray the British public and enact all EU law into British law after we leave the EU some time in 2019. There are a few exceptions, like the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

The report reads: “The Charter of Fundamental Rights is not part of domestic law on or after exit day.”

EU fanatics have generally been against this bill, they argue that it gives the executive too much power.

The government has made the case that these rights have already been covered by law in the UK.

Conservative MP, John Redwood made the following statement:  “that the best guarantee of the fundamental rights of the British people is the will of the British people as expressed through the Parliaments they elect”.

“That is the system I thought we all believed in. I know of no threats to these important rights coming from this Parliament,” he told the house.

“There are not people proposing that they are watered down, and there would be no majority to do so. The guarantee to the British people is that their Parliament will look after their rights.”

Though, Dominic Grieve obviously did not really agree making this statement:  “the whole point about the Human Rights Act was that it added to protections enjoyed under the common law and did so in a way that was compatible with this House’s sovereignty.”

“Nice as it is to rely upon the Executive’s goodwill… that goodwill is not something that we should always rely on,” he then went on to say.

The Labour Party. Lib Dem’s and those traitorous few Tory fanatic MP’s need to do their job and work in the interests of the 17.4 million people that voted to leave the 28-member bloc.