Bear with me and it may all become clear-then again it may not.
Christopher Michael Leslie is a British Labour Co-operative politician, who has been the Member of Parliament for Nottingham East since 2010. He was briefly shadow chancellor of the Labour Party in 2015. Mr Leslie, was number two to Ed Balls when he was Miliband's Chancellor and promoted to his job after Balls lost his seat last year.
Moments after Jeremy Corbyn was announced the new elected leader of the Labour Party on September 12, 2015, Mr Leslie resigned.
Jamie Reed MP also resigned with a public flurry on social media; an action that was to be repeated over and over again during the organised and orchestrated coup Summer 2016.
It is fair to say that Leslie was one of the few who openly failed to embrace change from day one if not earlier. In fact he actually turned his back on Corbyn and virtually ran to the backbenches along with Ed Ball's wife Yvette Cooper who Leslie had supported for party leader.
Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendal were up for party leader election last year but both refused point blank to take on any supporting roles in a Corbyn shadow cabinet following their defeat.
Instead they joined others undermining Corbyn and his team from behind.
This Labour saga appears to have it all.
Intrigue, family, dynasties, hypocrisy, deviousness, money, power and more.
Leslie is married to a former Gordon Brown aide Nicola Murphy.
Ms Murphy has made mainstream news stories this week for her links to Labour Tomorrow. In our earlier report today we mentioned Murphy and others funding an anti Corbyn group.
"Brenda Zaman on Facebook writes "Electoral Commission records show the hedge fund manager Martin Taylor, who under Ed Miliband's leadership donated £600,000 to the party, has given £180,000 to the group. Labour Tomorrow was founded by the former Gordon Brown aide Nicola Murphy. Her fellow directors are former home secretary Lord Blunkett and Labour peer Baroness Dean. The Liberal Democrat peer Lord Oakeshott - who has also funded Labour candidates like Dan Jarvis in the past - has given £25,000. The group was founded in April but records on Companies House show that Lord Blunkett and Lady Dean were not appointed until 28 June - at the start of the coup by Labour moderates to try to unseat Mr Corbyn."
So it looks as if people with political links back to Blairite politicians and with plenty of money want to remove Corbyn.
We always knew that as it was an open secret but now it is public knowledge.
The conclusion has to be that Labour Tomorrow is not for philanthropic reasons or the benefit of we the people.
It's aim is smash Corbyn but what then?
Chris Leslie led Gordon Brown's successful (and uncontested) campaign for the leadership of the Labour Party in 2007.
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