Jeremy Corbyn's Policy Chief Quit Amid Fears Over Leadership's Failure To Reach Out

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Jeremy Corbyn's Policy Chief Quit Amid Fears Over Leadership's Failure To Reach Out

Post by feelthelove on Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:13 pm



One of Jeremy Corbyn’s most senior aides quit his post amid fears over the party’s failure to reach out to a broader section of voters, HuffPost UK has learned.

Neale Coleman, Labour’s Executive Director of Policy and Rebuttal, stepped down - after just three months in post - following concerns that he was unhappy at the lack of progress on reaching out to a wider range of public and party opinion.

Mr Coleman, who will now take a break but is in talks about a future advisory role on key projects, handed in his notice to General Secretary Iain McNicol on Tuesday. However, his departure has been described as "non-acrimonious" and he was working on policy even today.

But Mr Coleman’s departure sparked alarm among several Shadow Cabinet ministers, MPs and staffers, mainly because of his highly-valued experience on policy.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/01/21/jeremy-corbyns-policy-chi_n_9041776.html?utm_hp_ref=uk

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Re: Jeremy Corbyn's Policy Chief Quit Amid Fears Over Leadership's Failure To Reach Out

Post by Guest on Thu Jan 21, 2016 7:20 pm

I think FTL, we are witnessing the self annihilation of the Labour Party and its all down to one man. A man of sheer incompetence, but then I am not complaining.

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