This argument to say that Labour MPs' nominations for the Leader of the Party should have been kept secret, is dangerous.
It is, of course, essential that the electorate should have a secret ballot when voting for MPs and others. But how can we ever hold those we elect to account if we are not given a record of how they vote and act on our behalf, whether this is done in a parliamentary or a related setting ?
The problem which "Labour Home" raises could, of course, have been dealt with if the names of the MPs concerned had only been published at the close of the nominations. But our chance to check upon who did what is a must.