Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The fullest inclusion of everyone within the party in determining the party’s strategy for the coming period, its policy programme and its decision making processes

John McDonnell MP proposes a government of all the talents (as if that worked last time):  http://labourlist.org/2015/07/corbyn-supporting-mp-calls-for-a-halt-to-personalised-infighting-and-proposes-consultation-strategy-for-the-next-leader/

He wants “wide-ranging and detailed consultation on the party’s political strategy, policy programme and internal party decision-making processes.”

Er, hasn't that already been settled?

What about all the consultancy fees paid to David Axelrod and that book published by John Cruddas and all the musing by Maurice Glasman - does it all count for nothing?  Has it all been junked?  Is it really back to square one?

"I am writing to propose a process to be adopted immediately following the election result that would ensure the fullest inclusion of everyone within the party in determining the party’s strategy for the coming period, its policy programme and its decision making processes. In this way nobody would feel excluded..."

Yeah, right.  Like that's going to happen.  They'll all live happily ever after.

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