War of words as McGinn quits whip post



A St Helens MP has been caught up in the latest Labour Party row after stepping down from his post as a junior whip.
Conor McGinn, the parliamentary representative for St Helens North, was slammed by a source close to party leader Jeremy Corbyn after he resigned following the controversial sacking of chief whip Rosie Winterton.
Mr McGinn thanked Ms Winterton, describing her as “outstanding”, and insisted the new chief whip Nick Brown had offered him the chance to remain in his role.
However, the Labour source branded him “disloyal” and insisted he jumped before he was pushed.
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15 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 27
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