Tuesday, November 6, 2018


Robyn Luff left in a huff, shocking her caucus and dealing a rare blow to Premier Rachel Notley’s image as a benign and cheery leader.  By 9:50 Monday evening, the NDP caucus had voted to kick her out, saying other NDP MLAs “have lost confidence in her ability to participate as a productive and trustworthy member of the government caucus.”
   She railed against what she calls “a culture of fear and intimidation that leads to MLAs being unable to properly represent their constituents in the legislature.
“I have felt bullied by the NDP for over three and a half years and it must stop.
“Under Rachel Notley’s leadership, every power that MLAs are supposed to have to be able to represent their constituents in the legislature has been taken away or denied from the start.”

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