Monday, August 17, 2015


The new boss gets to make some staffing decisions. This will be true no matter who wins. The New Labour whiny ass titty babies turn it into something uncouth and improper, with an assist by the press who might need some new gchat mates for their "scoops."
The Independent understands that large numbers of Labour staff members are on contracts that expire the day after the new leader is elected. This means Mr Corbyn and his new shadow cabinet team will have a completely free hand at choosing who works for the party, with little or no legal obligation to existing staff.

Labour aides, who have worked for the party for the past five years, fear those around the new leader will use the opportunity to “purge” party HQ of those considered to be on the right, and replace them with people whose views are more in tune with the new leader. Other staff members intend to leave of their own volition and are understood to be already sending out their CVs in anticipation of a Corbyn victory.

"It's not his place" - the British David Broder, soon, probably.