Whether Labour moderates are planning a coup in a Sussex farm house or simply getting together to discuss policy, it’s clear that they are unhappy with the way Jeremy Corbyn is running Labour.
Since they failed to oust Corbyn as leader in 2016, Labour’s centrists have generally kept a low profile. But for some, keeping quiet is turning out to be quite the challenge. When a Twitter user wished the plotters attempting to remove Corbyn ‘every luck in the world’ Labour MP Chris Bryant couldn’t resist retweeting his approval:
Mr S suspects ‘secret plot’ could now be shortened to ‘plot’…