Let's reimpose some discipline
At some point - maybe once we have a new leader - let's reimpose some discipline in the PLP.
However strongly MPs feel about a subject, it can't be acceptable to keep having these large rebellions.
Let's have proper debates in the PLP - with votes taken - and then the minority accept the PLP majority view and vote the way they are whipped.
And if they really feel they have to break the whip, they are de facto not in receipt of it and get suspended - i.e. are not voting members of the PLP with loss of all committee positions and other offices in the gift of the party - until the PLP choses to let them back in - and if they are still suspended at the start of a General Election, they are not the Labour candidate in their seat.
There has to be some kind of "deterrent" - excuse the bad pun - to breaking the whip - when was the last time anyone was properly punished for breach of discipline?