Labour Blame Game Begins



SENIOR Labour figures are today queuing up for the blame game as the dust settles at Westminster.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said - “We knew in our hearts that Jeremy Corbyn was deeply unpopular."

Len McCluskey blamed the defeat on an, “incontinent rash of policies” and failing to apologise for Antisemitism."

Lisa Nandy said - “This has been a long time coming.”

Jess Philips said - “The country has made a clear statement about how it feels about the Labour Party.”

Wes Streeting said - “The one thing Corbyn didn’t have control of was the electorate.”

However, TBG’s award for quote of the day goes to Margaret Hodge who said this:

“Corbyn talks about a period of reflection.”

“I’ve reflected. He failed! He must stand down!”