Labour Remainers are chopping up their membership cards after Brexit fudge
- Credit: Alastair Macphail
Labour Party members have been taking the scissors to their membership cards and posting them to social media after the party leadership endorsed a pro-Brexit manifesto.
Twitter user Alastair Macphail posted a picture of his chopped-up card saying: 'I'm done! Can't take this gaslighting any more,' and copied the Labour Party in.
Others soon joined in.
'Bye Felicia (Jeremy)', said Twitter user Dave Nash, posting a video of his membership card going into a shredder.
Jeremy Corbyn has faced protests since the party's ruling National Executive Committee agreed to a pro-Brexit manifesto.
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After the news of the manifesto broke, Twitter user Beverley Davies said: 'Just cancelled my direct debit. Had enough after today.
'I have supported Labour all my life but not now.'
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