Against all the forecasts, Labour win a comfortable by-election victory in Oldham, increasing their market share and trouncing UKIP, which had been hoping for great things
The next day, Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson is on the radio news. He welcomes the victory, but attacks Momentum, the grass roots movement commited to supporting Jeremy Corbyn.
Was Mr Watson unware of how much work Momentum volunteers put into helping Labour win Oldham?
If so, he should take a look at this piece in the Spectator, a publication hardly known for its friendliness to the Labour cause.