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It's hard to believe Alastair Campbell didn't know what he was doing when he publicly divulged how he had voted at the European Elections. Surely Tony Blair's former master of spin would have realised that an admission of siding with the Lib Dems wouldn't go down well with the Party rule book.

Indeed, as Shadow minister Dawn Butler explained after Campbell was ignominiously jettisoned from Labour,    members who admit voting for another party are "automatically excluded".

As a political tactician, Campbell was swift to reclaim the narrative. Having declared that he would "always be Labour” the father of three went on to explain that in voting Lib Dem he acted "in the best interests of what the...

It's hard to believe Alastair Campbell didn't know what he was doing when he publicly divulged how he had voted at the European Elections. Surely Tony Blair's former master of spin would have realised that an admission of siding with the Lib Dems wouldn't go down well with the Party rule book.

Indeed, as Shadow minister Dawn Butler explained after Campbell was ignominiously jettisoned from Labour,    members who admit voting for another party are "automatically excluded".

As a political tactician, Campbell was swift to reclaim the narrative. Having declared that he would "always be Labour” the father of three went on to explain that in voting Lib Dem he acted "in the best interests of what the...

It's hard to believe Alastair Campbell didn't know what he was doing when he publicly divulged how he had voted at the European Elections. Surely Tony Blair's former master of spin would have realised that an admission of siding with the Lib Dems wouldn't go down well with the Party rule book.

Indeed, as Shadow minister Dawn Butler explained after Campbell was ignominiously jettisoned from Labour,    members who admit voting for another party are "automatically excluded".

As a political tactician, Campbell was swift to reclaim the narrative. Having declared that he would "always be Labour” the father of three went on to explain that in voting Lib Dem he acted "in the best interests of what the...

It's hard to believe Alastair Campbell didn't know what he was doing when he publicly divulged how he had voted at the European Elections. Surely Tony Blair's former master of spin would have realised that an admission of siding with the Lib Dems wouldn't go down well with the Party rule book.

Indeed, as Shadow minister Dawn Butler explained after Campbell was ignominiously jettisoned from Labour,    members who admit voting for another party are "automatically excluded".

As a political tactician, Campbell was swift to reclaim the narrative. Having declared that he would "always be Labour” the father of three went on to explain that in voting Lib Dem he acted "in the best interests of what the...