Labour’s administrative chaos continues to add insult to injury
Liverpool’s Sam Gorst is one of a raft of left councillors expelled by the Labour party for showing solidarity with Palestinians – and then hounded out of any influence in council policymaking. But the party just won’t leave him alone.
After Gorst was expelled, he was bombarded with daily emails from Labour asking for his help, even though he was no longer a member and it has no right under data protection laws to contact him. And now, to add insult to injury Keir Starmer has messaged him – to thank him for being a Labour councillor:
The party’s administrative chaos and abuse of data protection laws is an ongoing scandal that only serves to highlight its abuse of those who have worked hard and selflessly for their communities and for the movement.
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