The SKWAWKBOX continues to have a substantial impact on both the wider political narrative and the affairs of the Labour Party. In the last two weeks alone, this blog has:
- exclusively published both of Labour MP Kelvin Hopkins’ statements concerning harassment allegations against him
- revealed that funds Priti Patel wanted to send to a military hospital would probably have gone to treat ISIS and Al-Qaeda fighters – a military hospital that she visited
- exposed concerns about the mysterious and unaccountable ‘Labour Too’
- forced Labour First to rush out adjusted campaign emails for vital additional NEC (National Executive Committee) places
- exposed anomalies in Haringey council candidate selection, resulting in the decision of Tottenham CLP to refer itself to the NEC for investigation
- caused an anti-democratic CLP AGM to be postponed, allowing disenfranchised members to select and send their delegates
- brought readers an exclusive interview with Labour’s Clive Lewis after ‘not credible’ groping allegations
- persuaded Labour’s NEC to investigate the conduct of Labour Party Irish Society’s AGM
- revealed that a hardline anti-Corbyn MP’s local party turned against him to support pro-Corbyn NEC candidates – in spite of his attempt to argue members into re-running the vote
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