Op-ed: John Woodcock, he of the infamous labour list-gate tweet, an MP who claimed when challenged that was not a prompt to the MSM, has given the Daily Mirror an exclusive backstabbing article.
As he grumbles about 'in such a week' Labour did not manage to gain the political upper hand you might like this writer be tempted to say 'how could they with self-serving enemies such as you working from within'.
Perhaps if the Bitterites spent more time working to unite the party and support their democratically elected leader as he grows into his new role as leader of the opposition we would be getting somewhere.
Who fed the labour list to the Times into Cameron's grubby Tory hands - who can really tell?
But Mr Woodcock now has to be the prime suspect.
Perhaps it was a list he drew up and was keeping as he and his associates continue to waste time, energy and yes our money on plotting a coup to oust Mr Corbyn.
This brief rant of mine will not have the style and wordiness of Woodcock's but then he obviously has little real work to do.
This retired OAP finds writing reports that try to hold the Tories to account, informing people about what is really happening and writing responses to Bitterite political shenanigans time consuming.
But write she and others must.
Maybe these Bitterites are going to work by the Tory game plan of he who shouts loudest will be heard. I would say to that empty vessels make the most noise.
Few Labour supporters are surprised at bully boy tactics from Lord Snot David Cameron and his sidekick alleged cokehead Gideon George Osborne but from a Labour MP?
Woodock may have felt anger at his boss during PMQs but I felt anger at Cameron and his cronies. If Woodcok had not been busy tweeting to his sources he too may have seen Cameron all pumped up, red in the face, hot under the collar and falling back into Tory boy mode.
It was not a pretty sight or a vote winner for most ordinary people of the UK.
Woodcock may feel Corbyn did not use what could have been political advantage but maybe his different style of politics will allow Cameron and his government to hang themselves.
But no little Johnnie Woodcock prefers to run to the media and try to stir up more problems within the party.
He seems upset we do not have a Bitterite clone leading the charge these days.
Being somewhat older than Mr Woodcock I have witnessed many party leaders stumble along the way as they settle into their new role. That goes for all political parties.
But I have never witnessed such open hatred, disrespect and more for a man who has taken on the challenge of leading the Labour Party.
Corbyn does right to be the kind of Labour he and his supporters want; no doubt the likes of Woodcock were one reason Ed Miliband was pushed to play the Tory party PMQs games.
But how quickly he was dumped when he failed to win the GE 2015.
Perhaps the time for a kinder politics has gone and a series of deselections or demotions is the only way forward for Labour.
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Keep it polite, within reason, but let's tell the likes of Woodcock what we think right here and right now.
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