Op-ed: If you live in the late Jox Cox's Batley and Spen constituency you could find your new Labour MP is David Miliband, the older brother of former party leader Ed.
According to the Daily Mirror some in the party think the older Miliband brother is a perfect choice for the Yorkshire constituency though they have one eye on the Labour leadership.
It looks as if Angela Eagle was the original stalking horse but Owen Smith who is now the official challenger is being viewed as second best or worse.
The Conservative, party, Liberal Democrats, Greens and UKIP have agreed they will not field candidates in Batley and Spen; a seat that became vacant after Jo Cox was murdered Jun 16.
However a couple of right-wing parties intend to contest the seat.
Cox was elected 2015, was popular in her constituency and a local woman.
David Miliband would be "parachuted" in as they say to what is classed as a safe Labour seat.
Following the so-called Labour Party chicken coup a safe seat may be hard to find.
The Daily Mirror cites senior Labour backbenchers and quotes one backbencher but none are named.
The story could be spin, propaganda, lies, true, half-true, wishful thinking or malicious; this year we have all become used to weird and wonderful Labour Party stories from unnamed sources within the Parliamentary Labour Party.
David Miliband ran for Labour Party leader in 2010 but quit politics after he lost out to younger brother Ed.
"A source close to David dismissed the possibility of him standing in Batley and Spen as a rumour, but did not rule out a return to British politics, saying: “He is concerned about what’s happening with Labour but his focus is in America."
The Daily Mirror has opted to title their report "Labour MPs call on David Miliband to return and topple Jeremy Corbyn as leader."
But with unnamed sources it seems far-fetched.
If it is true it may appeal to the PLP and some Labour Party members and supporters but and there is a big BUT.
Jeremy Corbyn offers hope and the chance of real politics.
Those who support Corbyn tend to be sick tired of the same old politics offering a few crumbs to those in poverty; they see an end to slick characters in slick suits who are indistinguishable in appearance and politics from those on the right-wing of politics.
With that in mind some MPs who opt to remain anonymous may fancy David Miliband's chances but members and voters may not.
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