Labor split in the left faction has forced Corbyn to choose between the leadership, party’s left wing and parliamentary Labour.
The new leader was sworn into office last night after an extraordinary leadership vote which saw the majority of its MPs vote to oust him from the leadership of the party after an overwhelming majority vote from the grassroots, and his supporters.
The leader of the Labour party is not a peer or a member of the House of Commons – only a member of the House of Lords – and cannot stand in a general election or contest a leadership challenge.
Corbyn, who became the Labour leader on 8 June, said after the vote that he could not seek re-election for two years, but would remain on the party’s National Executive Committee as an advocate – meaning he can take action on key policy issues, but will not hav더킹 카지노e full access to the party machinery.
He said on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “I think it’s time to go into the next phase with the Labour party, and that’s what I’m going to 구리안마 구리출장마사지do and you’re going to see the changes that we’ve already seen in the Labour party.”
Corbyn, who did not receive a vote of no confidence from his MPs as well as former frontbencher Tom Watson, is the first elected leader of the party to be banned by the party after an election.
The former shadow health secretary Andy Burnham, who stood against Corbyn in the leadership election last year, said: “We now know what the people are really feeling about Jeremy. He’s been attacked as being divisive, a very radical voice and they didn’t believe him either.”
However, the current leader of the Labour Party, Tom Watson, argued there had been “a massive internal battle between activists, shadow cabinet members and the parliamentary Labour party (for the leadership). It looks like the grassroots has not been able to persuade the majority of us in the working group that Jeremy was the right leader to lead the party to win an election.”
It is expected that the Labour party will announce a number of 온라인 카지노policy decisions to be made on a number of key issues over the next few months.
Labour sources said that Corbyn’s announcement of plans for a snap election that would see his party elected for the first time on 30 June was “completely out of the blue” and not indicative of a desire by the leadership to change the course of the party, and to ensure it retained power.