Jeremy Corbyn is not allowed to stand as a Labour MP at the next election – would he still get your vote?

Keir Starmer introduced earlier this week that Jeremy Corbyn wouldn’t be allowed to face as a Labour MP on the subsequent Normal Election. He says he needs the celebration to alter and that eradicating antisemitism is significant in making this occur.

Corbyn has accused Sir Keir Starmer of “a flagrant assault on the democratic rights of Islington North Labour Social gathering members” however has remained silent on whether or not he’ll stand independently.

However would his constituents nonetheless vote for him? And what do they consider Starmer’s choice? Our political correspondent Alicia Fitzgerald went to Islington North to gauge some opinion…