"But I will not countenance ever voting to make Jeremy Corbyn Britain's prime minister."Not sure you can really continue to be part of the Labour Party, John, if you are going to refuse to support the leader of that party in his attempt to be Prime Minister.
You're basically saying if - entertain the though for a moment - Corbyn actually won the election on June the 8th, or managed to assemble a coalition giving him a notional majority in the Commons, you would vote with the Tories to deny him that office.
It's interesting to see just how deep this Corbyn-hating runs parts of the Labour Party. Theresa May calls an election - and Woodcock's first impulse is to attack his leader. And this has been going on ever since Corbyn was elected leader (the first time, I mean) and the resignations and refusals to serve started to get tweeted while he was giving his (inclusive and conciliatory) victory speech.
The problem is not and has never been Jeremy Corbyn. The problem has always been the faction that refuses to work with him. Doesn't just refuse to work with him, but seeks to undermine him, to the detriment of the Labour Party and the undermining of the wider movement it represents.
You won't vote to make a Labour MP Prime Minister, John?
Think about the implications of that, your own words.