Mail shot copy sent to us by a friend highlights how some within the Labour Party are already showing their true colours and it is not LABOUR RED:
"We intend to contribute constructively to the debate about how we build on Thursday’s results and return Labour to government, and to continue to ensure that the voices of moderate party members are heard, that the rulebook is upheld and enforced, and that important policy positions that were maintained in the manifesto, such as Trident renewal, are stuck to.
The Labour Party conference is over for another year; Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected party leader and put out a call for unity but in some quarters it has fallen on deaf ears.
Tony Blair's old Progress group, some in the PLP and the right-wing and "moderates" of the Labour Party have no intention of coming together.
Monday we share the latest divisive drivel going out from Luke Akehurst and his Labour First group. Please share extensively and note the divisive use of the words moderate, our and us:
Jennie Formby: Labour's new general secretary