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Film director Ken Loach has been expelled from the Labor Party

Film director Ken Loach has been expelled from the Labor Party

British film director Ken Loach, known for his social reality series, claims to have been expelled from the Labor Party. He says it on Twitter. He’s talking about a ‘witch hunt’.

Things are rumbling inside the left-wing Labor Party, the sworn enemies of the Conservative Conservatives. Labor leader Keir Starmer has promised to put things in order. to me Watchman There is even talk of “purging” the far-left factions within the party. In this way, the leader is trying to make a difference with his predecessor Jeremy Corbin.

Film director Ken Loach hints that he was kicked out of the party for this reason. “The Labor leadership has finally decided that I am not fit to remain in the party because I do not wish to turn away from those who have already been fired,” he wrote on Twitter. He also says he proudly stands by his “close friends and comrades who were victims of the purge.”

The Labor Party has not yet commented on the news.

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Loach is a supporter of Keir Starmer’s predecessor Jeremy Corbyn, who advocated a much more left-wing policy. He was expelled from the party last year for “downplaying” anti-Semitism in the party, according to the party’s leadership. Since then, the Labor Party has become more divided than ever. Moreover, she is having a hard time reconciling the hip left-behind city dweller and workers in the industrial heartland.

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Socialist Ken Loach is not particularly politically active, but he is symbolically a heavyweight. In 2016, the 85-year-old director won the Golden Palm award for his socially sensitive film I’m Daniel BlakeAbout parcel delivery. He is known for sticking to the little guy.

He left the party once in the 1990s due to his dissatisfaction with Tony Blair’s policies. Under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, he’s back in business.