LETTER: My vote will change if party doesn’t under Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn takes to the stage after he was announced as the Labour Party's new leader at a special conference at the QEII Centre in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday September 12, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Labour. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Jeremy Corbyn takes to the stage after he was announced as the Labour Party's new leader at a special conference at the QEII Centre in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday September 12, 2015. See PA story POLITICS Labour. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

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I fully understand Roy Bainton’s disgust at his treatment by the Labour Party which he revealed in the Chad of September 2.

I do hope, however that he will reconsider his decision not to vote Labour now that Jeremy Corbyn has been elected as leader.

If there is no significant change in party attitude, then I too, as a moderate left winger, shall be voting for whichever other party most clearly shows true Labour values and indicates genuine support for the less wealthy and more deserving majority of people in our society.

And we are not alone, Roy.

‘Bungus of Boughton’
Tuxford Road, New Ollerton,
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