Inside the Labour Party's 'gradual bloodletting' of Corbyn supporters on Merseyside
Our reporting reveals the latest political drama in Sefton. Plus: Should the Walker Gallery retire its portrait of a slaver MP?
Dear members — today’s edition will get you ready for the weekend with some excellent Post Picks from across the city region. We also delve further into a political controversy in Sefton and reveal why the Labour Party has been suspending members there. Harry Shukman illustrates how the national party is getting involved in local disputes in this region, something we might see more of as May’s local elections hove into view.
This morning we had a lovely breakfast on Berry Street with Paul, one of our earliest members, who gave us lots of ideas about how to turn more Post readers into paying subscribers. He’s one of a handful of members who got in touch after Wedneday’s request to meet some members in person. If you would be happy to sit down for a coffee, pint or lunch (on us, of course) between now and next Wednesday (2nd), please hit reply to this email with a few times you are free and where is most convenient for you to meet. You don’t need to have loads of ideas for us — we would…