Derek Hatton re-joins Labour Party 29 years after expulsion. But…………

Tendance Coatesy

He was once dubbed a ‘firebrand’, was a member of the far-left Militant organisation and was one of Labour’s most controversial figures in the 1980s.

Now, 29 years after he was expelled, the former Deputy Leader of Liverpool City Council, Derek Hatton, is returning to the Labour Party.

In an exclusive interview with ITV Granada’s political programme Party People, 67-year-old Hatton revealed he re-joined the party on the 9th of May, two days after it suffered one of its worst ever electoral defeats, to ‘have one more go at having a say in the way the Labour Party is going’.

He told Party People Presenter Rob McLoughlin:

‘I just felt that I should do something. I think for too long now the Labour Party has drifted and drifted and drifted. There has…

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