I'd never say he was.
I don't know where you're going with that. All I was saying was there's a coherent (but problematic) Leftism, associated with sections of the Labour movement, that wasn't interested in, and actively opposed, egalitarianism. To highlight the existence of something isn't to endorse it. Although I do find their position interesting, from a purely intellectual point of view. I compared it with a picture of what I consider ideologically incoherent modern-day campus protestors that, for the most part, I consider expressing little more than a lifestyle choice, rather than offering any kind of interesting political position. I haven't, nor would I ever, say the same thing about the civil rights movement.