Labour MP Chuka Umunna has accused leader Jeremy Corbyn of driving centre-left MPs like himself out of the party.
The MP – a number one member of the pass-celebration People’s Vote for a 2d ECU referendum – urged Mr Corbyn to “call off the dogs”.
In a speech, the MP will say so-called moderates face a “transparent and present risk” of being run out of the birthday celebration by hardline factions.
A Labour Party supply known as the speech “incoherent and erroneous”.
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some of Mr Corbyn’s critics have confronted battles with their local events.
Image copyright UNITED KINGDOM Parliament Symbol caption Joan Ryan, MP for Enfield North, misplaced a no-trust vote in her constituency earlier this week
Others Labour MPs have misplaced local trust votes include Frank Field, who surrender the parliamentary celebration last week – mentioning the dealing with of the anti-Semitism row and bullying in native constituency events – and Kate Hoey.
Graham Stringer won a confidence vote in his constituency.
These ballots were organised through activists indignant at Mr Field, Ms Hoey and Mr Stringer’s decision to back the government in Brexit votes, which they are saying robbed Labour of the chance of forcing a basic election it could have gained.