The Derby North MP, who served as shade fire minister, betrothed to continue to “loyally support” Mr Corbyn as he announced his warn decision to return to Labour’s backbenches.
He said: “I will be station down from my role with evident outcome so that we can return to the backbenches, where we will be campaigning on a broader operation of issues.
“I will continue to loyally support the care of Jeremy Corbyn from the backbenches and wish to be a voice for the party’s members.”
In a longer matter posted on his website, Mr Williamson pronounced he had quit to “bring me closer to the membership of the party”.
But he combined he has “every certainty that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party is going in the right direction”.
Mr Williamson, a fixed believer of both the Labour personality and severe organisation Momentum, recently suggested doubling legislature taxation on highest-value homes to boost councils’ coffers.
Both he and a party orator insisted the offer was not Labour policy, with Mr Williamson revelation the Huffington Post: “This is not Labour party policy, it’s an thought we came up with at a internal turn and it’s got a little bit of traction in other tools of the country.
“It’s a greeting to an emergency that internal supervision has been placed in.”
Labour’s Chris Williamson has put brazen plans that could see legislature taxation doubled.
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— Conservatives (@Conservatives) Jan 10, 2018
The MP’s comments were immediately pounded by the Conservative Party.
Responding to Mr Williamson’s resignation, Mr Corbyn said: “I am beholden for Chris’ work on the frontbench, quite on fire reserve following the abominable Grenfell Tower fire.
“I know that on the backbenches, Chris will be a clever supporter on a operation of essential issues as good as portion his voters with dedication.”
Brandon Lewis MP, the new Conservative Party chairman, said: “Chris Williamson may have gone, but it stays Labour policy to travel legislature taxes massively.
“The only reason Chris Williamson has been forced out is since he unprotected Labour’s plans for mountainous increases in legislature tax, and his plans have been permitted by Labour activists opposite the country.
“A Labour supervision always means some-more debt, aloft taxes and fewer jobs, and it is typical operative people who finish up profitable the price.”