Neil Coyle

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Monday 19 June 2017 7.04pm
The Coyle is clearly a passport holding citizen of the State of Denial, with permanent resident status...

"prominent MP mocks idea that Jeremy Corbyn 'won' the election and warn the party's position could be a 'false dawn' "

Full story here.
Tuesday 20 June 2017 11.50am
Jules62 wrote:
The Coyle is clearly a passport holding citizen of the State of Denial, with permanent resident status...
"prominent MP mocks idea that Jeremy Corbyn 'won' the election and warn the party's position could be a 'false dawn' "

Full story here.

He's branching out from doing this for Murdoch and Desmond, and doing it for the Daily Heil now.

I particularly liked the way the Mail article said he'd criticised the government, but couldn't be bothered to report what those criticisms are. Creating stories like these in the pro-Tory/UKIP/billionaire media-owned media risks our MP making himself look like a useful idiot for the establishment.
Tuesday 20 June 2017 12.52pm
Rambling Phil wrote:
Jules62 wrote:
The Coyle is clearly a passport holding citizen of the State of Denial, with permanent resident status...
"prominent MP mocks idea that Jeremy Corbyn 'won' the election and warn the party's position could be a 'false dawn' "

Full story here.

He's branching out from doing this for Murdoch and Desmond, and doing it for the Daily Heil now.

I particularly liked the way the Mail article said he'd criticised the government, but couldn't be bothered to report what those criticisms are. Creating stories like these in the pro-Tory/UKIP/billionaire media-owned media risks our MP making himself look like a useful idiot for the establishment.

Corbyn may not have won, but we definitely lost.
Tuesday 4 July 2017 8.54pm
Saw this online today, and thought it interesting:

https://skwawkbox.org/2017/07/02/coyleneils-humiliating-rebuke-by-his-campaigners-and-a-neighbouring-mp/

Also interesting, in the comments, is the idea that the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy (CLPD) want MPs to get '2/3rds support at CLP level in order to continue as the local candidate. Any less and they would face a full selection process (but they are automatically shortlisted, if they want)'.

I do wonder how much of Coyle's increased majority is to do with Corbyn's increased popularity (as opposed to Coyle's).
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