Just a question. Has to be quick but more on Monday. From Andrew Rawnsley in Observer today, if Corbyn not unseated after another election " hard to see howparty" ....."can avoid formal split". So presumably this may be based on conversations with MPs. So my question is about how long this has been known. I still think that Corbyn made a solid contribution to the EU referendum remain case. It was not well reported, especially in the Guardian. Very often their report had a negative view from a secret source.
Back to fact checking. First heckle, was it from a known individual and are they linked to Portland Communications? Second heckle, was it from a known individual and are they linked to the Liberal Democrats? Clue, suggest checking Twitter. What to think?
Sunday Times has interesting weblink to Paddy Ashdown and a plan to work with current Labour MPs. Who is involved in this? Secret ballot notwithstanding I think we should be told. Of course the mainstream media are best place to find the reality. Otherwise speculation on social media may well continue.