Right-wing Labour councillor close to controversial figures
A controversial, right-wing Labour councillor in the London borough of Haringey has been expelled from the Labour Party over her social media support for the ‘Change UK’ (CUK) party. Ms Blake was a close associate of Nora Mulready when she was in the Labour Party and of former council leader Claire Kober.
Ms Kober claimed she had been bullied out of her position but was revealed by the SKWAWKBOX to have prepared attack ‘dossiers’ against political opponents.
Nora Mulready is the ‘CUK’ candidate who has been criticised recently for ‘Islamophobic’ social media posts – and who left Labour the day before a disciplinary hearing regarding serious complaints about her conduct.
Cllr Blake shared a significant number of posts supporting CUK and attacking Labour, examples of which are shown below:
The SKWAWKBOX contacted Cllr Blake for comment. She hung up when told the reason for the call.
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