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Jennie Formby: Labour’s plan for Britain’s Future seems to be to persecute its members.

Is this justice?

According to a few of our news media, the Labour Party recently expelled 25 members on anti-Semitism charges, in a single day.

Here’s the Huffington Post:

The expulsions follow reforms that allow officials to fast-track disciplinary procedures and to review cases of social media abuse without the need for full ‘in person’ hearings with those accused.

Some of the 25 ex-members were expelled by an NEC (National Executive Committee) panel using the new expulsion powers, which were approved at Labour conference in 2019.

Others were expelled by the National Constitutional Committee (NCC), the party’s main quasi-judicial body for handling disciplinary issues, which reviewed the cases on paper rather than holding a separate hearing for each.

Party sources say that under new guidelines, the NCC hears cases which relate to social media posts on paper rather than conduct full hearings for each case, which are similar to court proceedings and can take days.

So let’s get it straight:

Some of these people were expelled under a new system in which they don’t get to speak up for themselves.

And the rest were expelled under a new system in which they don’t get to speak up for themselves.

How do they know that their judges were presented with the facts?

They don’t, as far as I can tell.

Don’t get me wrong. If any of those people were genuine anti-Semites, good riddance to bad rubbish.

But I know that my judges didn’t get the facts, when my case went before the NEC.

The investigator’s report was handed to the press and five papers ended up having to correct their reports after publishing a libel that I was a Holocaust denier.

That was a lie made up by the same Labour Party operators who just kicked 25 people out of the party without a chance to stand up for themselves.

Mind you, things didn’t go much better when I did get a chance to state my case.

The NCC hearing was a kangaroo court, as This Site has described previously.

So I ask again: Is this justice?

Or is it victimisation?

Source: Labour Expelled 25 Members For Anti-Semitism In A Single Day, Party Reveals | HuffPost UK

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