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As Labour membership reach 600,000 Blairites give up

On a very important day in our history, Tony Blair has been proven a liar and a terrorist and most likely faces trial, whilst the Blairites give up fighting Corbyn as Labour membership surges to 600,000.


New Labour Blairites are in retreat after admitting that Jeremy Corbyn cannot be removed and would win easily if a leadership election is triggered.

One senior MP told The Telegraph: "It's finished. He will win easily in a second contest if he is on the ballot, it's everything we wanted to avoid."

Labour membership is on course to hit 600,000, a half-century peak, after a second successive day in which more than 100,000 people have applied to become party members.


In the ongoing struggle over Jeremy Corbyn's position, both loyalists and rebels have been recruiting. Corbyn's allies have done so via Momentum, the continuation of his leadership campaign, while  “Saving Labour”, an anti-Corbyn group, has secured the support of several high-profile celebrity supporter…

BREAKING NEWS: Chelsea Manning has been rushed to hospital after "suicide attempt"

CNN says US political prisoner Chelsea Manning rushed to hospital after presumed suicide attempt https://t.co/Jb9Vq5sTa5@xymanning — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) July 6, 2016






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Chilcot: Corbyn apologises like a real leader for Iraq on behalf of Labour

I’d like to start today by remembering and honouring the 179 British servicemen and women killed and the thousands wounded during the Iraq war and their families as well as the hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who have died as a result of the invasion and occupation of Iraq launched by the US and British governments 13 years ago.

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Politics home reports:  I have just had a private meeting with some of the families of the British dead as well as with war veterans and Iraqis who have lost family members as a result of the war as I have continued to do over the past dozen years.
It is always a humbling experience to witness the resolve and resilience of these families and their unwavering commitment to seeking truth and justice for those they lost in Iraq. They have waited seven years for Sir John Chilcot’s report.
It was right that the inquiry heard evidence from such a wide range of people and that the origins, conduct and aftermath of the war should have been examin…

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