Union boss Woodley rips up copy of The Sun
Tony Woodley, joint leader of Unite, drew huge cheers from delegates at the Brighton gathering when he urged the rest of the country to do the same.
Holding up a copy of today's edition, with its front page headline 'Labour's Lost It', Mr Woodley said: "We don't need an Australian/American coming to our country with a paper that has never supported any progressive policies from our party, including the minimum wage, telling us how politics should be run in this country."
Mr Woodley, who is from Liverpool, said people in his home city knew what to do with The Sun.
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