Is this the end for Labour when it’s candidates disown their Leadership.Answers on a postcard.

A Labour candidate in the general election has publicly disowned Jeremy Corbyn in his campaign materials and on Facebook, claiming he is “no supporter” of the Labour leader.
Phil Wilson, formerly the MP for Sedgefield, has promised local voters that a vote for him is not a vote for Mr Corbyn.
He appeared worried about the public perception of the Labour leader, writing to constituents that he is “for Labour, not for Corbyn”.
Mr Wilson also appeared to think the Labour Party will not win the General Election, writing: “Your vote in Sedgefield on June 8 won’t affect who is in number 10 on June 9 – but it will effect who is your local MP.


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