Party blames factionalism for decision to prevent members meeting or voting
Keir Starmer’s Labour regime has suspended Leicester East constituency Labour party (CLP), blaming the decision on a complaint that meetings were being ‘organised to support a particular faction’. The party has removed all the CLP’s elected officers from their positions. The CLP chair said she had not been informed of the decision before the story broke in the media, however members have now received the following:
At the same time, disgraced former MP Keith Vaz – whom the party has still allowed to run (disastrously) its campaigns in the city despite his record of offering to buy drugs for ‘rent boys’ and a finding of ‘sustained bullying’ against him – has ramped up his own campaigning in a large leaflet distributed locally:
The Starmer regime has a long record of suspending CLPs for what members say is to clear the way in selections for Starmer’s preferred candidates or to protect disgraced party figures or prevent scrutiny.
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