Dear Jim McMahon,
I voted to remain and my family voted to remain. I also bitterly disappointed by the outcome as I think it will hurt worker rights.
With the resignation of the prime Minister there is a chance that we will be called to a snap election before the end of this year and the party needs to be focussed on winning this if one is set.
After the disapointing result in the EU Referendum, the prime Minister has already resigned.
Now there are already murmurs of the usual suspects in the Parliamentary Labour Party trying to subvert its members will and to carry out a coup in the Labour party.
I have recently joined the Labour party and I support our present leader, Jeremy Corbyn
I request that as the local representative you provide your full backing to the present leadership and help dissuade others who may be looking to make an egotistical decision.
These MP's have now been sowing dissent since Tony Blair stepped down and their warmongering has only caused great harm.
As a constituent I have supported Labour and I have also joined the Labour party, a decision I did not take lightly.
Should the Parliamentary Labour party not respect the will of its membership and try to act against the present leader, that was elected by the general membership, I will not be able to continue to support the Labour party or remain a member as I would consider this as another betrayal of the membership and a sign that the PLP is actively working to subvert the will of its members whilst at the same time greatly harming its electoral chances.
In any leadership election I will be voting for Jeremy Corbyn and I expect him to win easily.
The only outcome of any attempted coup would be harming Labour's chances in any snap general election as it would divide the party in a time when it needs to show focus and work to protect us from the harms of the outcome of the EU referendum.
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