A bit of a mixed dinner but generally unsure as to whether Mr Wakeford is more suited for the Labour Party or Likud.

In December 2019, Wakeford was elected as the Conservative MP for Bury South, winning the seat by 402 votes (a 0.8% majority).

In The Times on 5 November 2021 it reported that Christian Wakeford approached Owen Paterson and called him “a cunt”, after the Government, under the instruction of prime minister Boris Johnson, instructed its MPs to vote to change rules on the way MPs’ conduct is policed.

On 19 January 2022, Wakeford publicly confirmed that he had submitted a letter of no confidence in Johnson in light of the “Partygate” scandal.

Later that day, it was announced that Wakeford had defected to the Labour Party. He wrote to Johnson, “You and the Conservative Party as a whole have shown themselves incapable of offering the leadership and government this country deserves”. The changes Wakeford maintains are needed by his constituents, “can only be delivered by a Labour government with Keir Starmer.”

Wakeford wrote to BBC News that Labour is, “ready to provide an alternative government that this country can be proud of, and not embarrassed by”.

However, probably the clearest example of where Mr Wakeford’s sympathies are and why the current Labour party have bent over the table for him is:

And now for the public response:

And what in their right minds does a party who purports to put the people and democracy first let this right wing carnage in?

For a detailed exposure of who backs Mr Wakeford and his voting record please find below.


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