Di Coffey is currently suspended from the Labour Party-caught up in a silly, conveniently "for the right-wing of Labour" timed, purge of party members. That suspension excludes her, and others in a similar position, from attending the Labour Party conference or even local meetings. It is proving a good way for anti-Corbyn elements in the party to "fix" conference to suit.
Tuesday Di has shared:
"The anti-Corbyn Labour MPs continue to express their opposition to him - further strengthening my view they would rather see Labour lose the next general election than support him in any way.
Jeremy Corbyn, Denis Skinner, John McDonnell, Tony Benn and others, vehemently opposed the policies of several of their leaders but they NEVER viciously briefed against them in the press or in interviews on TV.
Like so many, following Jeremy's victory on Saturday, I've been on a roller-coaster of emotions.
Many comrades at last night's Momentum Falmouth meeting expressed the same feelings but we found strength in each other's company and we were soon back in a positive mood planning next Saturday's Labour National Campaign Day on education and other issues.
There will be a Labour stall in Falmouth Moor on Saturday, October 1 between 10.30 am and 1.00 pm. Sadly, I can't be there because I've been suspended but if you are in Falmouth do come and chat to my chums who will be handing out leafets on Corbyn's Ten Pledges and discussing how these pledges will help Cornwall."
So if you are in Falmouth this weekend do what Di says and drop by for a chat. If nothing else it will help dispel the mainstream media and right-wing view being pushed that Momentum are somehow a bunch of loony hard-left extremists.
But if you have fallen for that view you really need to think outside the box and take off those blinkers.
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