After the MP’s daughter won her old council seat, Labor rejected the claim of kinship
Congratulations to the new member of Liverpool City Council, 22-year-old Eli Byrne, who claimed his astonishing majority in the Everton Ward by-election on Thursday – receiving 925 votes in 62% shares. A seat that until January was held by his father, Labor MP Ian Byrne.
Byrne has been a councilor next to his Westminster seat for more than two years, probably because he knew he was the best person for the job. Now that her daughter has graduated from university, it seems that has changed. An anonymous email from hardline Labor activists leading the election wrote:
“Does labor indulge in nepotism as a way to recruit councilor candidates? We are shocked by this information, the candidate for this by-election is actually the daughter of the outgoing councilor, this is a small thing. ”
Labor NEC insists that everything is on board, electing Eli. “Based on his own merits“Meanwhile, the Bayern senior was mostly silent about the whole thing, although one day after his daughter’s victory, Guido noticed Ian’s claim That sage’s running tax proved to be a headache “His political choice does not benefit anyone but his family and his interests.”. One needs to know.