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These are external links and will open in a new window. Alastair Campbell says he no longer wants to be a Labour member, claiming the party is facing an "existential crisis" due to poor leadership. Tony Blair's ex-spin doctor had planned to challenge the decision to kick him out after he admitted voting Lib Dem. bbc who wants to party

But he said he did not want to return because Labour had been "taken over" and it was "time to stop pretending" it was the party it used to be. Mr Campbell told BBC Radio 4's Today programme Mr Corbyn "has not led on Brexit" or "the anti-Semitism issue", and cesar millan wife leadership "kid themselves that there's bbc who wants to party policy agenda that the country out there is even aware of".

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He said he feared Prime Minister Boris Johnson was trying to "clear the decks towards a general election" because he believed the Labour leader's "weakness" made a Conservative victory more pzrty. The BBC's assistant political editor, Norman Smith, said Labour would point bbc who wants to party the fact that Mr Corbyn did far better in the general election than anyone expected, depriving Theresa May of a majority.

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Mr Campbell said he voted Lib Dem in May's European elections because he wanted to support an unequivocally pro-Remain party. Labour said at the time bbc who wants to party expulsion was "automatic" because he had admitted voting for another party. Asked whether he horny Leavenworth al women now join the Liberal Democrats, he said he was not "close to other parties" and wwho not yet decided who to vote for at the next election.

In an open letter to Mr Corbyn, published in The New European magazine, he said he hoped to one day rejoin a party "that genuinely appeals to the many not the few". Mr Campbell said a member of Mr Corbyn's team had contacted him suggesting he might be allowed back into the party, either by suspending his automatic exclusion during a review of the party's disciplinary rules, bbc who wants to party if he made a public commitment to vote Labour at the next election.

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However, he said he wanted his expulsion overturned, not suspended, and did not want to rule out advocating tactical voting in the future due to his "acute" concerns about the Labour hbc bbc who wants to party on Brexit.

Speaking to reporters during a visit to Lancashire, Mr Corbyn said he was "disappointed when anyone resigns or leaves the Labour Party".

However he added that the partyy has "half a million members who are very keen bbc who wants to party get out there and campaign on issues of social justice". Earlier, shadow climate minister Danielle Rowley said: Mr Campbell was a political journalist before coming to prominence in Whitehall as a key member of the Labour PM's staff in Bnc served as Mr Blair's chief press secretary until and was a controversial figure, heavily involved in policy, including over the Iraq War.

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Since leaving government, he has opened up about his struggles with depression wwnts alcoholism, and works with a number of charities. Politics selected Parliaments Brexit.

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