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    Multiple reasons. A lot of Labour MPs were not happy with the way Corbyn handled the referendum and blame him for not communicating Labour's pro-EU message clearly enough to Labour voters. Some Labour MPs were already of the opinion that Corbyn wasn't doing a very good job of leading the Labour party. And of course, ideology is an important part of it because Corbyn is definitely towards the political left of the Labour Party and some MPs are of the view that this isn't going to gain the party enough votes.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    Multiple reasons. A lot of Labour MPs were not happy with the way Corbyn handled the referendum and blame him for not communicating Labour's pro-EU message clearly enough to Labour voters. Some Labour MPs were already of the opinion that Corbyn wasn't doing a very good job of leading the Labour party. And of course, ideology is an important part of it because Corbyn is definitely towards the political left of the Labour Party and some MPs are of the view that this isn't going to gain the party enough votes.
    Thanks for explaining.
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    Career politicians, that want a one world government, a disgrace to Britain
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Thanks for explaining.
    Also worth explaining the counterargument: other MPs think that a leadership challenge now would break apart the Labour Party at a time when it should be united with the potential prospect of a general election, and of course there are plenty of Labour MPs who do support Corbyn and his ideology.
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    Stupid idiots are leaving at least they've gone now and labour can get people who really believe in their leader
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    A leadership challenge now, of all the times in the world?? No wonder sunderland have had a enough
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    Labour have disgraced themselves
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    Rather than taking a back seat and allowing focus to be on Conservative divisions, the Labour party prefers to publicly tear itself apart. If there was ever an example of an inept opposition that was not fit for government, it is this. They got hammered in 2015. They will get hammered at the next general election and it is all their own doing.
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    David millibands on the airport, heathrow airport arrivals
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    Hey, does anyone know the number to vote to evict from the shadow cabinet ?
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    ******* Unions loved **** Jezza nobody else. Throw him OUT of the party. Ruin him! He's a ****.

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    I'm sorry but I just have to say how incredibly sexy I find Emily Thornberry.

    She was on tv this morning and I just couldn't take my eyes off her. Is there any chance of her becoming leader? I know she sneered at a house with an English flag on it but come on we've all done it.

    I'd certainly be prepared to make a large donation if she was leader.
 
 
 
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