A second councillor from Crawley has resigned from the Labour Party – leaving the Conservatives with the most seats on the borough council.
Rory Fiveash, who represents Bewbush and North Broadfield, announced his decision today.
It comes less than a day after fellow councillor, Karen Sudan, quit the party following allegations of anti-Semitism.
Meanwhile, Crawley Conservative MP Henry Smith said now was not the time for the local Labour Party to be engaged in “personality politics”.
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