Right-wingers try to ignore NEC meeting remit to attack left-wing staff
Right-wingers on Labour’s National Executive Committee have attempted to suspend staff they suspect – without evidence – of leaking the party’s internal report that accused right-wing HQ staff of undermining Labour’s electoral efforts, using abusive and potentially racist language and obstructing disciplinary processes.
No action was proposed against the staff accused of misconduct.
The matter was raised during today’s NEC meeting convened to discuss the party’s response to the leak, even though it was outside the remit of the meeting. However, it was not agreed.
The Labour right has shown no hesitation in diving into persecutory behaviour that they showed such outrage about when Corbyn was leader – even though such behaviour was a figment of their imagination.
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