The Labour Party has successfully completed a purge of a radical right-wing group calling itself ‘the electorate’ this week.
The group, composed of ‘voters’, were considered too right-wing to fit with the future direction of the party and ‘had to go’.
The party has held a year-long internal debate over the matter before concluding that the general population doesn’t share their aims and principles and under the circumstances it’s best just to part ways.
“For Labour to be a true, radical, socialist alternative then the ‘voters’ just had to go,” spokesman Simon Williams told us.
“They just keep coming back to us and we’ve had to keep driving them away again, but this time we’re confident we’re rid of them for good.
“This way we can move forward as a Party without being hindered by dissenting opinions or any chance of winning an election.
“We hope to still be friends, but really we’re not going to be inviting them to anything anytime soon.”
Supporters of leader Jeremy Corbyn have stressed that they are open to any and all opinions so long as nobody expresses them in any way ever again.