deselection


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deselection

[diːsɪˈlekʃən] Nno renovación f de la candidatura, rechazo m de la reelección
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That result tips the balance of the NEC in favour of those loyal to Mr Corbyn - and some moderates within Labour have already issued warnings about the potential deselection of MPs who have not been strongly supportive of the Islington MP as leader.
According to the report submitted to the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) by the five-member committee, Sadia accused Khan of harassment in lieu of her deselection from the team.
And this month she called for the deselection of the 11 Tory Brexit rebels on grounds of disloyalty.
For anyone else, abstention this time ought to mean deselection in due season, and universal moral revulsion with immediate effect.
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Baroness Armstrong spoke amid continued speculation that Mr Corbyn's opponents in the parliamentary party will face deselection as MPs.
Murray was named on a deselection hit list of nearly 50 moderate Labour MPs claimed to have been drawn up by Momentum, the campaign group loyal to the Labour leader.
Given Corbyn's strong position, many in the centrist wing of the party are gearing up for a battle against the possibility of deselection by local members who do not feel they have been sufficiently loyal to the leadership.
JEREMY Corbyn's attempts at reconciliation with disaffected Labour MPs have been overshadowed by suggestions members could be involved in picking the shadow cabinet and allies' threats of deselection.
Then comes the hijacking of the constituencies and the deselection of so-called moderate MPs.
SIMON GALLOWAY, Ormesby IT SEEMS K Jackson would have us believe that deselection of sitting MPs who disagree with Jeremy Corbyn would characterise the future of the Labour Party.