AS a potential leadership challenge to Jeremy Corbyn looms, plotting Labour MPs have (finally) turned their attention to the people. But their renewed interest in the electorate is not due to a desire to embrace the will of the people. No, their interest lies in figuring out how to exclude as many people from the electoral process as possible, exposing a complete contempt for the public at the core of the party.
Now it is almost certain Corbyn will have a place on the leadership ballot, and with no credible alternative to the incumbent in sight, the plot to oust Corbyn is looking increasingly hopeless. The only real chance the mutinous Labour MPs have is if they keep his supporters away from the voting booth. And it seems there are plans afoot to do exactly that.