Chuck out the bitter Labour malcontents; LETTERS&NOSTALGIA.
IN the run-up to the election for the leadership of the Labour Party, they have rolled out all the old Blairite 'bitterites', spouting their vitriol.
These are the same people who lost Scotland, the same who lost Labour the last two elections, and then, to top it off, they roll out the Welsh windbag - no I don't mean the useful dupe Owen Smith - I mean Kinnock.
Labour's 172 malcontents should be in the Tory party because of the way they have behaved, it's the only place their conduct would fit in.
This country needs what Jeremy Corbyn has to offer, but the 'bitterites' from day one have been working against him, as was seen when Hilary Benn - who you never hear of now - led the backstabbing attack and attempted coup.
William Allen, Tile Hill, Coventry
| Left: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn