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And it is Said that Politics is not a Dirty Word,- but a Way of Life ! UPDATED

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Now Don’t you find that strange in the “NEWS Paper Owned by its Readers”
 
Not even one tiny paragraph could I find in the Online edition since McNichol 
 
announced last Friday and at 23.33hrs when  rightsandwrongs.co.uk wrote …
 
BREAKING NEWS-GOOD RIDDANCE TO RUBBISH
 
Last Updated: 23 February 2018 | Print | Email | Edit
 
Labour’s general secretary Iain McNicol resigns.
 
 
Yet why could the  Morning Star not bring itself to comment 
 
on the internal affairs of this political party ?
 
It does on everyone elses !
 
And then we have a statement by Jeremy Corbyn on Iain McNichol
 
Mr Corbyn said: “I would like to personally thank Iain McNicol for his long and dedicated service to the Labour Party as general secretary. He has run our party’s organisation at a time of great change, including a near tripling of the membership, two general elections and the EU referendum.
“Iain has served the Labour Party and trade union movement in a wide range of roles throughout his career and is a credit to our movement. I am confident Iain will continue to play a major role in politics and our party, and will support our team inside and outside Parliament with his experience and skills.”
 
Yet comments in The Times suggest a very different story and a Senior Member of the Shadow Cabinet called McNichol a “wimp”.
 
So with all that – The General Secretary of the Labour Party resigns and the Morning Star does not consider that newsworthy. 
 
It certainly does not bode well for other Labour rebels, when eventually they decide to leave.
 
Those who court the limelight to get the standard managerial eulogy for someone so hated by the “Corbynistas”
 
So where does that leave us ?
 
If your face doesnt fit …..
 
……you get “sent to Coventry” by the Morning Star –
 
 A Glowing send off by “our glorious Leader” …..
 
……and an insult from your friends.
 
Which do you prefer ? Honesty – Duplicity or Indifference ?
So I leave the last comment to Rupert Murdoch rag, The Times –
 
 
“Labour general secretary Iain McNicol pushed out in victory for Corbynistas”
 
Lucy Fisher, Senior Political Correspondent
February 24 2018, 12:01am, 
The Times
Politics
 
Iain McNicol, 48, described the seven years during which he had presided over the party as “tumultuous”
 
Labour’s general secretary announced last night that he was stepping down, in a move that shocked senior party figures.
 
Iain McNicol, 48, will leave after seven years at the helm of the party, following months of pressure from supporters of Jeremy Corbyn.
 
Several senior Labour sources expressed surprise at the move. One member of the shadow cabinet branded Mr McNicol, who is viewed as more moderate than the present party leadership, as a “wimp” for leaving.
 
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Who was it who said that……
 
ALL IS FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR or
 
 “the rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.”
 
Was it Hitler or Stalin or ?……..
 
AND just what can we read into Jeremy Corbyn’s next piece ?
 
 
 
 

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