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Starmer’s Labour ejects Jewish woman from conference

Jewish member allowed entry yesterday but banned today as Starmer’s party stubbornly refuses lessons of Al Jazeera revelations

The Labour party has ejected Jewish woman Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi from its conference after initially allowing her entry to the Liverpool event.

Wimborne-Idrissi is a newly-elected member – to the disgust of the pro-apartheid right – of Labour’s national executive (NEC). The party quickly engineered her suspension to prevent her taking up her seat at the pre-conference NEC session – but still issued her with visitor credentials for the conference itself.

She was able to get into the conference hall on several occasions yesterday, but today she reported that her credentials had been taken away:

The Labour right’s war on left-wing Jews has been exposed repeatedly in the past week by the Al Jazeera ‘Labour Files’ series and before that by the ‘Labour leaks‘, the ensuing Forde Report and by Jewish Voice for Labour’s several reports to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC). The party regime appears determined not to learn the obvious lessons of the documentary’s revelations.

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