Feeling for the opposition

We have all been made aware of, what I consider to be, the disintegrating situation within the Labour party as it is consumed by anti-Semitic comments.

There have been constant concerns about this attitude since Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader.

It is thought to have encouraged members of the far Left to be more forthcoming in their comments on this topic.

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Clearly his close friends have been embroiled in the fall-out for various things they have said and done which has concentrated the turmoil surrounding the party.

The Press have been suggesting, since the leadership election, that it is only a matter of time before a coup happens.

As the opportunity has come his way, we have, in my opinion, a push from the failed leadership candidate, Andy Burnham, to make his play for the job.

Even as a supporter of Ukip, I feel for the earnest and honest Labour voters who have been let down, not only by their party’s support for Cameron and his pro EU stance, but also for the never-ending wounds being inflicted by their senior representatives, and makes them more and more unelectable.

They could of course vote for Ukip.

Chris Gallacher, TD VR,


Ukip Redcar,

Normanby Road,