Tasnime Akunjee says those interested in taking Starmer-Evans Labour to task – and court – for its abuses should contact him
Lawyer Tasnime Akunjee says that he and his law partners, after watching the first instalment of Al Jazeera’s explosive ‘Labour Files’ documentary last night, believe that the thousands of wrongly expelled members of the Labour party have good grounds for a joint legal action against the party and those who run it:
Those who wish to participate in the legal action should direct message him.
Legal action against the party is already underway for the tens and potentially hundreds of thousands of members and ex-members whose data was lost to criminals after Labour outsourced the management of its Membersnet system – and their lawyers are taking the party to the High Court for refusing to fulfil its legal obligation to disclose information about the breach. The Al Jazeera documentary saw the right-run Labour party accused of functioning as a criminal enterprise.
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