This video says about itself:
19 October 2016
By Will Stone in Britain:
Thursday 29th December 2016
Mr Loach’s letter came in response to the paper’s story about focus group research among “Ukip-leaning” swing voters that had been passed to “moderate” Labour MPs. The research had prompted calls, said the paper, among the MPs to isolate themselves from Mr Corbyn’s leadership in order to keep swing voters “onside.”
The veteran director, who won a second Palme d’Or this year with his film I, Daniel Blake, a drama which portrays the human suffering caused by Britain’s cruel benefits system, wrote: “Any disarray or disunity in the party is the responsibility of those MPs.
“They offer no support in Parliament or outside.
But Mr Loach told the Star that the Guardian had chosen to omit his letter’s first and last paragraph, which criticised the newspaper itself.
His original introductory paragraph read: “Does your determination to undermine Jeremy Corbyn know no bounds?”
The Guardian was unavailable for comment.