Apology given in Basildon councillor Twitter row

Southend Standard: Gavin Callaghan, Labour’s candidate for Tory MP John Baron’s Basildon and Billericay seat Gavin Callaghan, Labour’s candidate for Tory MP John Baron’s Basildon and Billericay seat

A PARLIAMENTARY candidate has apologised for a Twitter rant at a fellow councillor...but has vowed not to change his ways.

Gavin Callaghan, Labour’s candidate for Tory MP John Baron’s Basildon and Billericay seat in 2015, is facing sanctions for allegedly bullying political rival Phil Rackley.

An inquiry into his comments has been going on for seven months now, already costing the taxpayer £5,000, according to Mr Callaghan.

Meanwhile, he has been cleared of any wrongdoing concerning Mr Rackley’s wife Pat, after both the Rackleys controversially left the Labour Party last year to form the Independent Labour Group.

Mr Callaghan faces a hearing about Mr Rackley’s complaint on Wednesday, after claiming the former deputy leader of Basildon’s Labour party left the group to snap up an extra £1,400 in allowances after installing himself as party leader of the independent group.

Mr Callaghan, who represents Pitsea North West, said: “I set out to challenge people on their politics, but never set out to intentionally upset people.

“For that reason, I offer any apology, but I won’t change my politics. I don’t believe I have done anything wrong.”

The inquiry into Mr Callaghan’s comments, which have since been deleted after his account was deactivated, started last May.

He claimed it had cost the taxpayer £5,000 and asked why the Rackleys had highlighted 121 tweets, all of which were investigated.

In his report, the investigating officer Brian Keane picked out three tweets that could be deemed as personal attacks on Mr Rackley – and concluded he has breached the councillor’s code of conduct. These included Mr Callaghan labelling Mr Rackley an “allowance cheat”

and saying he was “ripping off taxpayers” and “it’s starting to look clearly like he left for the extra money”.

The Rackleys, along with Lynda Gordon, left the Labour party in the early 2013.

Mr Callaghan suggested Mrs Rackley was dishonest in the way she left the party, but he has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

But it will be down to Basildon Council’s Joint Standards Committee to determine whether he has broken the rules.

That hearing will be held this Wednesday.

The committee, made up of councillors from across the parties, will also see Mr Callaghan’s apology and will choose to either accept it or continue with the hearing.

Mr Rackley would not comment on the hearing, but said: “We will wait and see what the outcome is of the standards committee meeting.”

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3:05pm Tue 28 Jan 14

You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat says...

Get rid of the red knob, he's shown his ineptness here,
Get rid of the red knob, he's shown his ineptness here, You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat

3:16pm Tue 28 Jan 14

whateverhappened says...

Don't really care who said what .. but why the taxpayer footing the bill for the investigation this should be an internal liebour party investigation.
Don't really care who said what .. but why the taxpayer footing the bill for the investigation this should be an internal liebour party investigation. whateverhappened

5:16pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

whateverhappened wrote:
Don't really care who said what .. but why the taxpayer footing the bill for the investigation this should be an internal liebour party investigation.
That would be a first for a Politician, Why do you classify the Labour party as being any different to your own. Using Postal votes of dead people hardly smacks of honesty, as does getting the Aussie to print lies about who caused the supposed crisis, that coincidently has gone a long way towards defining the haves and the have-nots, each of which is now much more polarised into the place your lot put them in! Any working person will soon realise just why the trades unions became essential, and wish they had done a little to preserve some of the fairer things in life!
[quote][p][bold]whateverhappened[/bold] wrote: Don't really care who said what .. but why the taxpayer footing the bill for the investigation this should be an internal liebour party investigation.[/p][/quote]That would be a first for a Politician, Why do you classify the Labour party as being any different to your own. Using Postal votes of dead people hardly smacks of honesty, as does getting the Aussie to print lies about who caused the supposed crisis, that coincidently has gone a long way towards defining the haves and the have-nots, each of which is now much more polarised into the place your lot put them in! Any working person will soon realise just why the trades unions became essential, and wish they had done a little to preserve some of the fairer things in life! Devils Advocate

5:20pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Howard Cháse says...

Sack the lot of them and get a new lot in. Time for a clearout of stale, the deadwood and the inept.
Sack the lot of them and get a new lot in. Time for a clearout of stale, the deadwood and the inept. Howard Cháse

5:35pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

Howard Cháse wrote:
Sack the lot of them and get a new lot in. Time for a clearout of stale, the deadwood and the inept.
Although we don't like them, we really have to have somebody to keep the money in their banks for us. I include central government as well!
[quote][p][bold]Howard Cháse[/bold] wrote: Sack the lot of them and get a new lot in. Time for a clearout of stale, the deadwood and the inept.[/p][/quote]Although we don't like them, we really have to have somebody to keep the money in their banks for us. I include central government as well! Devils Advocate

6:27am Wed 29 Jan 14

ShipShape says...

I feel that the Rackleys and the Echo have let us all down by not featuring a photograph of Phil and Pat pulling faces and pointing at Mr Callaghan.
I feel that the Rackleys and the Echo have let us all down by not featuring a photograph of Phil and Pat pulling faces and pointing at Mr Callaghan. ShipShape

11:41am Wed 29 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

Who is paying for your new flat then Callaghan? A while ago on your Twitter page you were moaning about being forced to live at your parents' mansion.

I suppose you are going to start posturing about the fact that you live in Basildon now and throwing that in John Baron's face.

As I say, I am no fan of the Tories but John Baron was my MP when I lived at Crays Hill and I can safely say you don't stand a cat in hell's, particularly after your potential voters have read your Twitter page.

Also, no doubt UKIP will be fielding a candidate and as you know, UKIP have been nicking both Labour and Tory votes.

Pride comes before a fall.

Once again, let's see how accountable YOU are... How is your new home being funded? Out of your councillor's allowance? In which case, your constituents are stumping up for your it.

Funny that, even more hypocrisy because if it's not your constituents, it will no doubt be bank of mum and dad.

You want everyone else to be accountable. Now the spotlight is on you especially now that every penny you receive is from the public purse.

Myself and others will be checking you out under the FoI to make sure you are not doing what you accuse others of doing.

Judge not less ye be judged eh boy?
Who is paying for your new flat then Callaghan? A while ago on your Twitter page you were moaning about being forced to live at your parents' mansion. I suppose you are going to start posturing about the fact that you live in Basildon now and throwing that in John Baron's face. As I say, I am no fan of the Tories but John Baron was my MP when I lived at Crays Hill and I can safely say you don't stand a cat in hell's, particularly after your potential voters have read your Twitter page. Also, no doubt UKIP will be fielding a candidate and as you know, UKIP have been nicking both Labour and Tory votes. Pride comes before a fall. Once again, let's see how accountable YOU are... How is your new home being funded? Out of your councillor's allowance? In which case, your constituents are stumping up for your it. Funny that, even more hypocrisy because if it's not your constituents, it will no doubt be bank of mum and dad. You want everyone else to be accountable. Now the spotlight is on you especially now that every penny you receive is from the public purse. Myself and others will be checking you out under the FoI to make sure you are not doing what you accuse others of doing. Judge not less ye be judged eh boy? Kim Gandy

3:44pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

*let my UKIP membership lapse.
*let my UKIP membership lapse. Kim Gandy

4:06pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

See Callaghan's VERY unparliamentary language on one of his many Twitter pages. Unseemly public rows on social media. Accusations - and the best of all- him ASSUMING what his constituents are and are not bothered about. https://twitter.com/

Callaghan2015

and here is the most narcissistic of all his entities https://twitter.com/

Callaghan2015/status

/414726411879202816

He bangs on an awful lot about other politicians wasting taxpayers' money. Meanwhile he seems to spend most of his valueless life sniping at other politicians and members of the public. Or waffling on about inconsequentials.

Some very choice pit language coming from someone who is a prospective parliamentary candidate.

Seems this milksop likes to engage in internet bullying and yet he is a researcher for Steve Rotheram MP, who has a special interest in anti trolling! Hmmmm that's a bit of a contradiction in terms to say the least.

Another piece of humungous hypocrisy from Labour, whose Nigel Smith was yesterday bleating about Basildon Council paying for consultants when the Labour party spent billions on consultants during their 13 miserable years of office, something Callaghan is too young to remember.

A read through the Tweets of this rather odious person who is totally unfit to hold public office of any kind let alone stand for parliament will show you just what sort of a "politician" he really is. And I use the term loosely.

Juvenile,confrontati
onal, defamatory and a bully ...it's all there if you take the time to read through it F and C words and all.

As for his constituents, god help them, all they want is their pot holes fixed, their drains dealt with and other such pressing problems.

For somebody who is always harping on about wastes of public money, there is no bigger waste of money than someone who spends hours getting the police and other agencies involved in "investigating" things that are pointless and rarely lead to anything conclusive rather than dealing with more the more pressing everyday needs of his "constituents". And the rest of the time of course, is spent on Twitter, on his various accounts.

Him and his mates "BAroness" Ange (of Vange) Smith and Mr Ange Smith (Nigel) are good at moaning and griping about the Tories (another entity I haven't got time for either) and yet here is this Socialist who wanted the House of Lords abolished, accepting £300 a day attendance fee from the House of Lords which she attends under the title "Baroness" Basildon. Who pays for that then?

So much for Socialist principles. Has Mr Callaghan asked his "constituents" *(he's not an MP yet nor likely to be) what they think of that?

Labour have wasted billions of pounds of taxpayers' money on pointless PC projects and in their disastrous 13 years of office inflicted more damage on this country than Hitler could dream of. But of course during that time Callaghan was still struggling to keep down his gripe water. Not much change there then.

It's time, Howard Chase, the VOTING PUBLIC sacked them. I see your comment above but you do realise that these people are only there because they were ELECTED BY THE PUBLIC.

Basically, this truculent schoolboy who knows nothing of what it is to have to struggle - being that he comes from a rather privileged background, is, like his colleagues, running scared of UKIP, hence the vitriolic attacks on certain UKIP members.

The voting public of Britain are ready for a change and are beginning to realise the merry go round of Lab/Lab/Con just sinks this country deeper into the mire.

Personally I am not happy about UKIP either from what I have seen of the inside of it but far from being far right it was the far left elements that dismayed me. Yes I said FAR LEFT.

Fortunately Basildon and the surrounding area does have some excellent UKIP councillors and candidates and Callaghan and co know this. Hence the vitriol and dirty tricks.

I've personally been on the receiving end of Callaghan and his spite filled rants about me on Twitter. However, Callaghan has now had so many Standards Boards complaints from other disgruntled individuals. it's beginning to be embarrassing.

Anyway, see for yourselves just what sort of person this prospective parliamentary candidate is - and when you have read through his vitriol and expletive filled Twitter alter egos,forget any problem you have with me (because you've read the lies he and his ilk have said about me) and ask yourselves if this is somebody you really want to be your voice.

Somebody who storms out of meetings and throws his toys out of the pram when things don't go his way.

But then, that's the Far Left for you isn't it? They detest the Far Right but it's rather a conundrum that - as they are two sides of the same coin.

Callaghan declares:

“For that reason, I offer any apology, but I won’t change my politics. I don’t believe I have done anything wrong.”

Really? With that attitude you will go a long long way in politics... NOT..

Even the voting public of this country are not gullible enough to elect someone who attacks random members of the public openly and worse still, somebody who cannot admit when he is in the wrong is an anathema to the people of this country. They won't tolerate that - or narcissism and complacency. All qualities deplored by decent hardworking people.

Cllr Callaghan has a lot to learn about life itself before he can even think of considering himself to be a politician.. What happened to the old fashioned values of honour, principles, manners and dignity.

A read through some of the diatribes on the above pages will show you he has none of the above qualities and therefore needs to think very carefully before putting himself under the spotlight that comes with being a Member of Parliament. Those you meet on the way up will be the same ones you meet on the way down. Never forget.

I leave you with the words of the boy himself ... avail yourselves of the above links and form your own judgement.

As for personal attacks on me, go ahead... but I don't bother to read them as you know. And any comments you make WITHOUT having checked over these Twitter pages will be null and void anyway. How can you have an opinion unless you have read them?
See Callaghan's VERY unparliamentary language on one of his many Twitter pages. Unseemly public rows on social media. Accusations - and the best of all- him ASSUMING what his constituents are and are not bothered about. https://twitter.com/ Callaghan2015 and here is the most narcissistic of all his entities https://twitter.com/ Callaghan2015/status /414726411879202816 He bangs on an awful lot about other politicians wasting taxpayers' money. Meanwhile he seems to spend most of his valueless life sniping at other politicians and members of the public. Or waffling on about inconsequentials. Some very choice pit language coming from someone who is a prospective parliamentary candidate. Seems this milksop likes to engage in internet bullying and yet he is a researcher for Steve Rotheram MP, who has a special interest in anti trolling! Hmmmm that's a bit of a contradiction in terms to say the least. Another piece of humungous hypocrisy from Labour, whose Nigel Smith was yesterday bleating about Basildon Council paying for consultants when the Labour party spent billions on consultants during their 13 miserable years of office, something Callaghan is too young to remember. A read through the Tweets of this rather odious person who is totally unfit to hold public office of any kind let alone stand for parliament will show you just what sort of a "politician" he really is. And I use the term loosely. Juvenile,confrontati onal, defamatory and a bully ...it's all there if you take the time to read through it F and C words and all. As for his constituents, god help them, all they want is their pot holes fixed, their drains dealt with and other such pressing problems. For somebody who is always harping on about wastes of public money, there is no bigger waste of money than someone who spends hours getting the police and other agencies involved in "investigating" things that are pointless and rarely lead to anything conclusive rather than dealing with more the more pressing everyday needs of his "constituents". And the rest of the time of course, is spent on Twitter, on his various accounts. Him and his mates "BAroness" Ange (of Vange) Smith and Mr Ange Smith (Nigel) are good at moaning and griping about the Tories (another entity I haven't got time for either) and yet here is this Socialist who wanted the House of Lords abolished, accepting £300 a day attendance fee from the House of Lords which she attends under the title "Baroness" Basildon. Who pays for that then? So much for Socialist principles. Has Mr Callaghan asked his "constituents" *(he's not an MP yet nor likely to be) what they think of that? Labour have wasted billions of pounds of taxpayers' money on pointless PC projects and in their disastrous 13 years of office inflicted more damage on this country than Hitler could dream of. But of course during that time Callaghan was still struggling to keep down his gripe water. Not much change there then. It's time, Howard Chase, the VOTING PUBLIC sacked them. I see your comment above but you do realise that these people are only there because they were ELECTED BY THE PUBLIC. Basically, this truculent schoolboy who knows nothing of what it is to have to struggle - being that he comes from a rather privileged background, is, like his colleagues, running scared of UKIP, hence the vitriolic attacks on certain UKIP members. The voting public of Britain are ready for a change and are beginning to realise the merry go round of Lab/Lab/Con just sinks this country deeper into the mire. Personally I am not happy about UKIP either from what I have seen of the inside of it but far from being far right it was the far left elements that dismayed me. Yes I said FAR LEFT. Fortunately Basildon and the surrounding area does have some excellent UKIP councillors and candidates and Callaghan and co know this. Hence the vitriol and dirty tricks. I've personally been on the receiving end of Callaghan and his spite filled rants about me on Twitter. However, Callaghan has now had so many Standards Boards complaints from other disgruntled individuals. it's beginning to be embarrassing. Anyway, see for yourselves just what sort of person this prospective parliamentary candidate is - and when you have read through his vitriol and expletive filled Twitter alter egos,forget any problem you have with me (because you've read the lies he and his ilk have said about me) and ask yourselves if this is somebody you really want to be your voice. Somebody who storms out of meetings and throws his toys out of the pram when things don't go his way. But then, that's the Far Left for you isn't it? They detest the Far Right but it's rather a conundrum that - as they are two sides of the same coin. Callaghan declares: “For that reason, I offer any apology, but I won’t change my politics. I don’t believe I have done anything wrong.” Really? With that attitude you will go a long long way in politics... NOT.. Even the voting public of this country are not gullible enough to elect someone who attacks random members of the public openly and worse still, somebody who cannot admit when he is in the wrong is an anathema to the people of this country. They won't tolerate that - or narcissism and complacency. All qualities deplored by decent hardworking people. Cllr Callaghan has a lot to learn about life itself before he can even think of considering himself to be a politician.. What happened to the old fashioned values of honour, principles, manners and dignity. A read through some of the diatribes on the above pages will show you he has none of the above qualities and therefore needs to think very carefully before putting himself under the spotlight that comes with being a Member of Parliament. Those you meet on the way up will be the same ones you meet on the way down. Never forget. I leave you with the words of the boy himself ... avail yourselves of the above links and form your own judgement. As for personal attacks on me, go ahead... but I don't bother to read them as you know. And any comments you make WITHOUT having checked over these Twitter pages will be null and void anyway. How can you have an opinion unless you have read them? Kim Gandy

4:16pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

Seen the Tweet. Get your facts right. I let my UKIP membership lapse nearly two years ago. So for a researcher you're not all that are you Callaghan? Check out UKIP's current membership list with Searchlight if you don't believe me.

Right now I wouldn't be a member of a political party if somebody paid me.

Put your toys back in the pram and grow a pair.

For somebody in politics you are going to have to learn that in the Real World, not everybody agrees with you and they will oppose your opinions and views whether you like it or not.

Get used to it or quit bellyaching. Or just quit.

You started this with your libellous comments and lies about me. Don't start what you can't finish.

Oh and if you have a problem with me, rather than do your usual bullying from the safety of your keyboard, say it to my face. You will have enough opportunities. Keep up with the libel and you will be put through the wringer again via the Standards Board. Toothless tiger though it may be, one day, somebody is going to get sick of hearing about you.

Most notably your "constituents".
Seen the Tweet. Get your facts right. I let my UKIP membership lapse nearly two years ago. So for a researcher you're not all that are you Callaghan? Check out UKIP's current membership list with Searchlight if you don't believe me. Right now I wouldn't be a member of a political party if somebody paid me. Put your toys back in the pram and grow a pair. For somebody in politics you are going to have to learn that in the Real World, not everybody agrees with you and they will oppose your opinions and views whether you like it or not. Get used to it or quit bellyaching. Or just quit. You started this with your libellous comments and lies about me. Don't start what you can't finish. Oh and if you have a problem with me, rather than do your usual bullying from the safety of your keyboard, say it to my face. You will have enough opportunities. Keep up with the libel and you will be put through the wringer again via the Standards Board. Toothless tiger though it may be, one day, somebody is going to get sick of hearing about you. Most notably your "constituents". Kim Gandy

10:12pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

Not sure, but have I accidentally landed on the Echo's "Kim Gandy column" instead of reader's comments?
Seems that, between the last set of comments, rom hasn't been left for any other viewpoint. Somewhat reminiscent of a "Debate" in Basildon Council chambers!
Not sure, but have I accidentally landed on the Echo's "Kim Gandy column" instead of reader's comments? Seems that, between the last set of comments, rom hasn't been left for any other viewpoint. Somewhat reminiscent of a "Debate" in Basildon Council chambers! Devils Advocate

10:13pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

"Room" not rom. Sorry
"Room" not rom. Sorry Devils Advocate

9:26am Thu 30 Jan 14

Hickey says...

Kim Gandy is a delusional who completely misses the point. Did Rackley claim an extra (note extra) £1,400 in allowances? If so why? And on what was it spent? Did he need the tax payer funds? Will such huge allowances help put up Council Tax? Gandy does not address these important points, but rants on about a twitter that might have offended. Too many people claim to be offended these days. Such claims stifle free speech and lead to excessive Political Correctness. Offence is not Harm. And why did the Rackleys leave Labour and form a new party? The obvious consequence is to split the labour vote in the area. Just as the UKIP vote will nationally. And that is precisely why UKIP has been supported by the rich. The Liberal Democrats were formed in the late '70's for that reason also. And look where the leaders of that party are now - in the House of Lords and rewarded with Earldoms.
Kim Gandy is a delusional who completely misses the point. Did Rackley claim an extra (note extra) £1,400 in allowances? If so why? And on what was it spent? Did he need the tax payer funds? Will such huge allowances help put up Council Tax? Gandy does not address these important points, but rants on about a twitter that might have offended. Too many people claim to be offended these days. Such claims stifle free speech and lead to excessive Political Correctness. Offence is not Harm. And why did the Rackleys leave Labour and form a new party? The obvious consequence is to split the labour vote in the area. Just as the UKIP vote will nationally. And that is precisely why UKIP has been supported by the rich. The Liberal Democrats were formed in the late '70's for that reason also. And look where the leaders of that party are now - in the House of Lords and rewarded with Earldoms. Hickey

2:55pm Fri 31 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

I hope Boy Wonder has read ALL the comments under this story and missed nothing.

For a researcher he has surprisingly few research skills - because if he looked properly he would see that indeed NOTHING has been removed and once again I remind him I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH UKIP ANY MORE and take my orders from nobody.

As for chatting with his superiors at County Hall, other politicians, particularly anyone outside of Labour, blank him so what it says on his Twitter page is wildly inaccurate and not to be believed.
I hope Boy Wonder has read ALL the comments under this story and missed nothing. For a researcher he has surprisingly few research skills - because if he looked properly he would see that indeed NOTHING has been removed and once again I remind him I HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH UKIP ANY MORE and take my orders from nobody. As for chatting with his superiors at County Hall, other politicians, particularly anyone outside of Labour, blank him so what it says on his Twitter page is wildly inaccurate and not to be believed. Kim Gandy

2:56pm Fri 31 Jan 14

Kim Gandy says...

Nice work though eh Boy Wonder, getting your miniscule number of mates on here to mouth off. Saw the first line of each comment and blanked the rest.

I couldn't give a monkey's what you or your half wit leftie mates think.
Nice work though eh Boy Wonder, getting your miniscule number of mates on here to mouth off. Saw the first line of each comment and blanked the rest. I couldn't give a monkey's what you or your half wit leftie mates think. Kim Gandy

5:35pm Fri 31 Jan 14

Devils Advocate says...

Kim,
Whatever party you are party to, you don't give too much credence to being civil do you? In case any of your vitriol is meant to splash on me, I am not a member of any political party. If I was it would be something along the lines of "The fair days work for a fair days pay" party.
I believe I belong to a family that has paid it's dues to this country and, as such, has a right to be here.
Lastly, I do not believe in Elitism, especially of the Western kind, where peoples only qualification is their bank balance, and most of that was achieved via protection rackets and lying their way through life (Viz, the current crowd of con artists that are after restoring the complete set of playing cards entitled "Them and us" under the banner of "We are all in this together" Well, if they were in my lifeboat, the sharks would be well fed!"

So does that give you cause to attack my life creed?
Kim, Whatever party you are party to, you don't give too much credence to being civil do you? In case any of your vitriol is meant to splash on me, I am not a member of any political party. If I was it would be something along the lines of "The fair days work for a fair days pay" party. I believe I belong to a family that has paid it's dues to this country and, as such, has a right to be here. Lastly, I do not believe in Elitism, especially of the Western kind, where peoples only qualification is their bank balance, and most of that was achieved via protection rackets and lying their way through life (Viz, the current crowd of con artists that are after restoring the complete set of playing cards entitled "Them and us" under the banner of "We are all in this together" Well, if they were in my lifeboat, the sharks would be well fed!" So does that give you cause to attack my life creed? Devils Advocate

6:46pm Fri 7 Feb 14

gumbley says...

The attacks by this local politician and wannabe M.P. Have not only been directed against the Rackleys he has also attacked Mayor Mo Larkin and been a complainant against John Dornan & others! His tweets have not just been political but highly personal! Ironic when you consider that he works for Anti-trolling MP Steve Rotherham!
The attacks by this local politician and wannabe M.P. Have not only been directed against the Rackleys he has also attacked Mayor Mo Larkin and been a complainant against John Dornan & others! His tweets have not just been political but highly personal! Ironic when you consider that he works for Anti-trolling MP Steve Rotherham! gumbley

7:05pm Fri 7 Feb 14

Mrs Bennett says...

Looking at the coverage of this story it seems that Callaghan feels he has done nothing wrong. What arrogance! I used to be a Labour Supporter no more.
Looking at the coverage of this story it seems that Callaghan feels he has done nothing wrong. What arrogance! I used to be a Labour Supporter no more. Mrs Bennett

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