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Support for Corbyn

The tables and maps below display the Constituency Labour Parties (CLPs), affiliated trade unions, other affiliated organisations and Labour Members of Parliament (MPs) who have called for Jeremy Corbyn MP to be readmitted to the Parliamentary Labour Party, have expressed solidarity with Corbyn, have passed a motion of no confidence in Keir Starmer or David Evans, or who have called for the guidance to CLPs to be withdrawn.

As of 15th December, the totals are:

  • 82 CLPs (12.7% of all CLPs)
  • 8 out of 12 affiliated trade unions, representing a total of 1.5 million workers
  • 1 affiliate (Young Labour)
  • 28 Labour MPs
 
A poll of Labour members conducted by Survation showed that 48% of members oppose Starmer's decision to not restore the whip to Corbyn, compared to 46% who support his decision.
 
According to this Survation poll, amongst members who voted for Corbyn in 2016 and then voted for Starmer in 2020, 56% oppose Starmer's decision to not restore the whip and 35% support the decision.

The full list of who has shown support for Corbyn can be found below. If you have an addition to this please tweet it @LeftieStats on Twitter.

Constituency Labour Parties (82)


Trade Unions and affiliates (9)


Labour Members of Parliament (28)

8 comments:

  1. For those constituencies which have all member structures is it possible to append the numbers of people who voted on these motions. The ones I've seen seem to be a fairly small proportion of what must the average 750 membership.

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  2. Any views available on those CLP's prevented from voting on this - so for example we know that Luton North meeting was cancelled by East Of England regional officers

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  3. We were refused the right to put to the OGM motions from branches on solidarity for Jeremy Corbyn and support for democratic debate in the LP. There must be many CLPs in our position. We have therefore produced an 'Open Letter' signed by individuals expressing no confidence in David Evans & demanding he withdraw his anti-democratic 'instructions'. Calder Valley CLP West Yorkshire. I am sure the numbers of CLPs who have actually passed motions formally does not truly refkect the anger felt by members in every constituency. Especially after the latest dictat from Evans sent now to branch secretaries, officers are frightened. It's a disgraceful situation.

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  4. New Forest East CLP voted to reinstate Corbyn. As did New Forest West but that was disputed and later ruled out of order.

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  5. Hillsborough & Brightside passed solidarity in Nov

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  6. Our motion was ruled not competent because of a letter received half an hour before our meeting began.

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  7. Cardiff West CLP - Withdraw Guidance to CLP's Motion passed on Dec 4th

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  8. Hi Statsforlefties, do you have any info on numbers of CLPs which brought solidarity motions but weren't allowed to debate them?

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