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Sorry. I hit the wrong button while editing TIG. I didn't mean to revert you like that, with no edit summary.

What I meant to say was that 11 is a primary source. I'm not saying it's not true that some of them left the Co-op Party. I'm saying it's not notable for an infobox. It's trivia, worthy of a parenthetical comment in the article text, but no more.

Apologies again for abrupt revert. Bondegezou (talk) 08:06, 5 March 2019 (UTC)

OK, no worries. I misunderstood your reasons for the original edit, and your justification above is quite reasonable. Maybe a content discussion on the Talk page? --LukeSurl t c 08:58, 5 March 2019 (UTC)

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