I'm a bit pissed off.
Labour are deciding who is OK to vote in the Labour leadership election.
Apparently not voting for Labour in the recent election means you don't qualify. I think this is garbage.
If you weren't a fan of the way Ed Miliband was running the Labour party at the last election then you're one of the reasons there's a leadership election. Apparently, if you expressed your opinion by placing your vote elsewhere, you don't get a day in who should replace Mr M. How does that work?
Surely anyone who has a Socialist heart and/or mind should be eligible to have a say in the leadership election.
I know Corbyn is doing well amongst Labour supporters but surely these people didn't vote Labour because the Labour that went into the last election was not Corbyn's Labour.
I'm not sure what the answer is but using the people that voted for Ed as the base for electing a new leader seems to be a flawed policy.