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Topic History of: spot on again : Tom Watson quits
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hedda as predicted by me of course..not that I'd ever boast

Tom Watson quits as Labour deputy leader and steps down as MP

This..I wonder..

Move will reopen debate about party’s direction under Jeremy Corbyn

Watson would be wise to keep shtum during the election campaign despite his endless undermining of Corbyn because..the only value of ex-pollies is their contacts in politics. If Labour wins Watson will be there to accept whatever crumbs drop from Labour's tables.

If he attacks Labour and they lose he will be forever painted as a traitor who helped destroy the party's election hopes. The Tories won;t reward him..too many others to look after. And then there is News Corp awaiting with baseball bats seeking revenge for Watson's part in the hacking scandal...

But then..when has Tom Watson ever taken my advice?