The Scottish and Welsh parties have hit back at the DUP deal. After Brexit, do we have a more divided or united Kingdom?
7 October 2016, 09:48
Nick Ferrari grills Momentum co-founder James Schneider over the lack of 'big guns' in Corbyn's newly re-shuffled shadow cabinet.
Schneider was taken to task by Nick over the lack of big names in Labour’s new shadow cabinet - that is being reshuffled following Jeremy Corbyn’s victory in the leadership contest.
“What we saw in Liverpool was unity after a difficult summer, but there was an overwhelming vote in favour of the direction that the members ship and Jeremy Corbyn want to take to take the party,” said Schneider.
"There's an enormous amount of unity through the party and throughout the PLP on large areas of policy, the most important areas, economic policy, domestic policy, social policy"
"That is what is what we are seeing and now is just a couple of MPs who are actually on the fringe of the party."