What hope is there?

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn
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A Labour front bench reshuffle is expected with the party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, believed to be planning changes to gain greater control of his front bench, and rightly so.

It is understood Corbyn wants the party to speak with one voice on matters relating to defence and military intervention abroad after recent divisions, most notably over policy on Syria.

I would suggest, yet again, our Labour politicians have deaf ears because the majority of people want a deterrent as protection, agree with exterminating the animals called ISIS and want, at least the opportunity, to vote to stay in or leave the EU.

Corbyn and his allies agree with none, so what hope has he of ever getting Labour back into No 10?

I would suggest no hope at all and by his bloodymindedness will never get the opportunity to fight the corner of the downtrodden from Downing Street because like the rest of the cloth-eared Parliamentarians, of all political persuasion, they ‘always know best’ and refuse to listen, until they need our vote.

Terry Palmer

South Lea Avenue, Hoyland, Barnsley, S74