A strong statement from the Communication Workers Union office has been issued withdrawing financial support from Bristol's three Labour MPs, saying Bristol West MP Thangam Debbonaire is 'not welcome back' at the campaign base.
The union say that they've issued a vote of no confidence, following the Labour MP's 'support for an attempted coup' against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Representatives from the Communication Workers Union office on Church Road, Lawrence Hill, voted on proposals to censure the Bristol MPs Kerry McCarthy, Karin Smyth and Thangam Debbonaire, and back Jeremy Corbyn this week.
They say all three MP's seeming 'lack of support' for the leader, is 'such a slap in the face'.
These MPs will no longer receive financial support from the CWU Branch. The branch's secretary said the decision was made at an 'angry' meeting this week.
The news follows outrage from other Corbyn supporters who allegedly verbally attacked the Bristol MP because of her refusal to continue to back the Labour leader.
In response to the statement issued by the Union, a spokesperson for Ms Debbonaire who recently stepped down from her role on Jeremy Corbyn's front bench as Shadow Arts and Culture Minister, said she is adamant the party need a 'competent, well-led' leader.