Labour 'wants to move on' from last week, chief whip says

Wakefield's Labour group wants to "move on" from the unrest and internal divisions that have rocked the party for more than a week, according to its chief whip.
Coun Richard Forster said that the majority of councillors wanted to put recent events behind them, after four elected members resigned from senior positions.
It follows an unsuccessful motion to unseat long-serving council leader Peter Box at a Labour group meeting on September 17, amid concerns about Wakefield's failing children's services.
Coun Box said afterwards he intended to carry on in the post he has held for 20... read more

 
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