OR, MAYBE THEY DO SHARE LABOUR VALUES...?
|At the Tory Party Conference Fringe, these two look at home together...|
|We'll keep the blue flag flying here.|
As people, from the well known Jeremy Hardy and Mark Steel, to folk with no public profile, but with years of support of the Labour Party (including making donations and canvassing for them), are denied a vote in the leadership election because they "don't share Labour's values", some, allegedly, for as little retweeting a comment from someone in another party, I was wondering if talking at Conservative Party Conferences would debar the likes of D and McD from casting their votes.
As it goes, I wonder what these values that some of their supporters don't share, actually are.
Anyone got any idea what Labour actually stands for?
And, would Keir Hardie get a vote in the current leadership contest?