Jack Jones was a British Labour Party MP in the years between the First and Second World Wars, from East London. In what ways did his actions frustrate the leadership of the party?

Answer: Jones was a colorful maverick who often advocated controversial positions which the leadership opposed. He spoke, for example, in favour of the benefits of drinking, watching sports in a rowdy fashion and the emphatic use of profanity.

Source: The Culture of Labourism by John Marriot

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