‘Bullying And Intimidation’ – Top Cornish Labour Councillor QUITS
It would seem, if you would pardon the pun, that life in Mr Corbyn’s Labour Party is not a bed of roses. Tim Dwelly, leader of the Labour Group on Cornwall Council, has quit due to ‘bullying and intimidation’ because remaining a member of Comrade Corbyn’s red brigade was ‘preventing him from helping his community’.
Many of you will not be aware how difficult things are today within Labour. It’s now common to experience rows, bullying, intimidation and plots.
We’ve seen this being escalated across the country, it’s not just happening here. But I don’t want to be undermined for years ahead as your councillor or have my home/family life affected by this toxic environment.
Mr Dwelly went on to say had taken this “hard and horrible” decision after a “long-struggle” with the Momentum inspired takeover of Labour. He also went onto claim that “many others” feel like he did opening the door to possible further tensions within the Party which could soon boil over to the surface. It is certainly not the first time figures within the Party have pointed out how damaging Momentum‘s hold is on the Party and it points to a potentially terrifying future for Britain if Mr Corbyn gets hold of the keys to Number 10.