This diaries chronicles the time working in a Labour Constituency Party in England as CLP Secretary, elected to this role in 2015 after the General Election of that year. It charts the pressures that are required in this role, the fortunes of the party, competing in a number of local and regional elections.
During this time, we have seen the greatest amount of members join the party in its history, two leadership elections within the space of a year and a snap General Election which saw a Corbyn surge that put the party within touching distance of power.
It will reflect on the EU Referendum, the strategy employed and the views of the membership and its effect on the party.
The Snap General Election of 2017 saw him stand for Parliament at 24 and achieve the best result for the party in the seat for sixteen years.