McGinn ‘distraught’ at Labour’s plight

St Helens MP Conor McGinn says he is “distraught” about Labour’s plight and said the party’s electoral position is worse than the British troops in the Michael Caine film, Zulu.
Mr McGinn, who represents St Helens North and is a whip for the Labour Party, said: “I am distraught, like so many others, about what we are going through.”
Mr Corbyn has urged the party to unite, but Mr McGinn stressed: “Unity doesn’t mean that we get battered or ignored.”
And he joked that Labour was in a “much worse position” than the British troops in his favourite film Zulu.
He joined a number of other defiant... read more

15 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 23

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