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2016-08-22 07:03:40

Angela Eagle vows to save Labour and heal Britain in bid for party leadership From Lancaster And Morecambe Citizen The former shadow business secretary is hoping to oust Jeremy Corbyn amid warnings the bitter rows over the party leadership could lead to a legal wrangle or lasting split. The Labour leader has vowed to fight any challenge and continue in his position despite the overwhelming majority of his MPs losing confidence in his ability to secure a general election victory. Explaining why she is challenging Mr Corbyn, Ms Eagle said "I just don't think we are communicating with our voters", and she added: "We have got to rebuild hope together and I think the Labour Party when it's working properly, when it's functioning that's what it does and that's what I want to see it get back to." She said: "The Labour Party needs to be saved I'm stepping up to the plate to say it's about time that we did this so we can make the Labour Party relevant again and so we can contend for government. "I want to ensure our country can be healed after the terrible shock that Brexit is going to inflict on it." Ms Eagle, who will launch her campaign in London on Monday, told the Daily Mirror: "I think it's important we all have our principles. but you also have to be in a situation where you can speak to Labour voters and the wider country and give our party the best chance of being able to make that difference that early Labour governments made. "We've all stood on the shoulders of what Labour governments in the past have done if we're not in government we can't spread those chances around our society more widely." Ms Eagle has the backing of the 51 MPs needed for a formal challenge but it remains unclear whether Mr Corbyn will also have to secure the support of MPs in order to fight the leadership battle. She said she believes she "would be a good prime minister for Britain", and added: " In order to heal our country, we have got to ensure we change the Labour Party so that we can do that historic task and I think I am the person to do that." The 55 year old said her background as a "good, sensible, down to earth woman with Northern roots" would help her lead the party. "I have got life experience and values. I'm a woman from the working class North; I understand metropolitan things too," she said. "I'm a gay woman I know the difference between hope and fear." Meanwhile, Owen Smith, another potential leadership contender, is seeking crisis talks with Mr Corbyn as he claimed the leader and his allies are prepared to split the party in order to remain in place. In a further sign the party is on the verge of all out civil war, Mr Smith said that at a meeting with Mr Corbyn he asked him three times whether he is prepared to see a split but "he offered no answer", while the leader's ally and shadow chancellor John McDonnell "shrugged his shoulders and said 'if that's what it takes'". Mr Smith said: "I am not prepared to stand by and see our party split." Mr McDonnell said Mr Smith's claim was "complete rubbish", while Mr Corbyn told BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend he would be happy to meet Mr Smith and said: "I'm not splitting anything." The leader and his allies have insisted the Labour rulebook means he will automatically be on the ballot and any challenger will have to secure the names of 51 MPs 20% of the party's parliamentarians in Westminster and Brussels to be nominated. But opponents have interpreted the document to mean that Mr Corbyn will also require the support of MPs to stand something which is unlikely to happen. If Mr Corbyn is automatically on the ballot, the support in the party's grassroots which swept him to victory in 2015 could do so again leaving his opponents facing an even deeper problem. The party's National Executive Committee (NEC) will decide on the rules after a contest is formally triggered. Ms Eagle said the rules are not clear on whether Mr Corbyn should be on the ballot, b ut told BBC One's Sunday Politics: "Anyone who aspires to lead the parliamentary party who cannot get 51 members, 20% of the parliamentary party, to back them is not going to be able to do the job properly." On BBC One's Andrew Marr Show, Mr Corbyn said he would be prepared to go to court if the NEC ruled he would not automatically be on the leadership ballot. "I will challenge that if that is the view they take," he said. No one in the Labour Party is talking about the astonishing u turn by the PM and the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney over economic policy. No one is talking about the mountain of cash Mark Carney suddenly had to support the banks in the event of Brexit. Why have we just had 6 years of austerity? It is wonderful what top civil servants can do when they try isn't it? No one in the Labour Party is talking about the astonishing u turn by the PM and the Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney over economic policy. No one is talking about the mountain of cash Mark Carney suddenly had to support the banks in the event of Brexit. Why have we just had 6 years of austerity? It is wonderful what top civil servants can do when they try isn't it? Democracy needs candidates and parliament needs a strong opposition. After all this, if Theresa May goes to the country in September (which is lets face it the best way for her to keep her party together) then the Ray Ban RB4147 Sunglasses Brown Frame Crystal Green Gradient Len
Ray Ban RB4147 Sunglasses Brown Frame Crystal Green Gradient Len Tories are going to win nearly four hundred seats in the Commons and have a massive majority. Like Hilary Benn says, Jeremy Corbyn is a thoroughly decent man and a very nice guy but he is not a leader. He is a rebel. He is the sort of person you go to to find out what is wrong. There his analysis is faultless. He is not the person you go to to if you want to be rescued from a burning building which is where humanity is at the moment. This is history repeating itself. This is Michael Foot all over again but without the intellectual depth of knowledge to back it up. Michael Foot went to school with my Uncle Donald. All the Foots are thoroughly nice people too. He at least knew how to operate the levers of power. Jeremy Corbyn has never been in a cabinet. How many people criticize Andrea Leadsom for that at the moment? These events in the Labour Party reminds me of what is going on in America with Bernie Sanders. Ask yourselves, can you really see Bernie Sanders in the White House for four years? Do you want to see Bernie Sanders marooned in the White House for four years unable to achieve anything with a hostile Congress? By continuing to support Jeremy Corbyn and imposing upon the PLP a leader they won't follow the result will be, Jeremy just will not have an election team you need to win an election nor the necessary team to run a government afterwards if he did. I more than anyone, was massively depressed by the Blair years. We saw A and E close in Hartlepool and the betrayal over tuition fees both here and in Scotland. That gave the SNP the necessary umph they needed to take over there. I lost my job in Edinburgh in 2000 because of my opposition to the tuition fees deal. But I am telling you as the cousin of Sam Watson leader of the Durham Pitmen Labour cannot win with Corbyn and the Tories will win a thumping great majority if he runs. My father and my grandfather and my great grandfather were all members of the Labour Party. But until the party clean house in some of our town halls the Labour Party will not enjoy widespread support. With all these new members or returning members the party has the people to do it. There is a vote on Trident a week on Monday. Are Labour putting forward any alternatives like buying the French nuclear subs system instead? Are Labour arguing for a new fleet of bombers, we build ourselves to save money instead of handing over to the American armaments industry the 34 billion the Tridents replacement will cost? No. Labour Party members are all talking to themselves about themselves. And that is why Corbyn has to go. I am sorry I really am. I am sorry for you all at this most difficult time. Democracy needs candidates and parliament needs a strong opposition. After all this, if Theresa May goes to the country in September (which is lets face it the best way for her to keep her party together) then the Tories are going to win nearly four hundred seats in the Commons and have a massive majority. Like Hilary Benn says, Jeremy Corbyn is a thoroughly decent man and a very nice guy but he is not a leader. He is a rebel. He is the sort of person you go to to find out what is wrong. There his analysis is faultless. He is not the person you go to to if you want to be rescued from a burning building which is where humanity is at the moment. This is history repeating itself. This is Michael Foot all over again but without the intellectual depth of knowledge to back it up. Michael Foot went to school with my Uncle Donald. All the Foots are thoroughly nice people too. He at least knew how to operate the levers of power. Jeremy Corbyn has never been in a cabinet. How many people criticize Andrea Leadsom for that at the moment? These events in the Labour Party reminds me of what is going on in America with Bernie Sanders. Ask yourselves, can you really see Bernie Sanders in the White House for four years? Do you want to see Bernie Sanders marooned in the White House for four years unable to achieve anything with a hostile Congress? By continuing to support Jeremy Corbyn and imposing upon the PLP a leader they won't follow the result will be, Jeremy just will not have an election team you need to win an election nor the necessary team to run a government afterwards if he did. I more than anyone, was massively depressed by the Blair years. We saw A and E close in Hartlepool and the betrayal over tuition fees both here and in Scotland. That gave the SNP the necessary umph they needed to take over there. I lost my job in Edinburgh in 2000 because of my opposition to the tuition fees deal. But I am telling you as the cousin of Sam Watson leader of the Durham Pitmen Labour cannot win with Corbyn and the Tories will win a thumping great majority if he runs. My father and my grandfather and my great grandfather were all members of the Labour Party. But until the party clean house in some of our town halls the Labour Party will not enjoy widespread support. With all these new members or returning members the party has the people to do it. There is a vote on Trident a week on Monday. Are Labour putting forward any alternatives like buying the French nuclear subs system instead? Are Labour arguing for a new fleet of bombers, we build ourselves to save money instead of handing over to the American armaments industry the 34 billion the Tridents replacement will cost? No. Labour Party members are all talking to themselves about themselves. And that is why Corbyn has to go. I am sorry I really am. I am sorry for you all at this most difficult time.

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