Where are the suspensions connected to the leaked Labour anti-Semitism report?

Keir Starmer: he’s extremely relaxed about alleged corruption and racism among his party officers.

Many Labour members are named as having participated in the misdeeds chronicled by the leaked Labour report on the party’s response to anti-Semitism allegations. According to the rules, all of their party memberships should have been suspended immediately. Why has this not happened?

Keir Starmer said he was launching an investigation immediately (this was not true because I hear the National Executive Committee is meeting on Thursday to discuss that investigation’s terms of reference; it hasn’t started yet).

Anyone who has ever had their membership suspended will know that this happens before an investigation begins.

Don’t forget that while the report states none of the officers concerned were found to have anti-Semitic attitudes, the allegation that they delayed investigations into anti-Semitism (to make Jeremy Corbyn look bad) means they are believed to have actively tried to support the presence of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party. If rank-and-file members had been accused of this, their memberships would have been suspended.

So, if all Labour Party members are supposed to be equal, why are these alleged racists and election-fixers getting preferential treatment?

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5 Thoughts to “Where are the suspensions connected to the leaked Labour anti-Semitism report?”

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    Don’t be dull stammer the spammer will give everything in his power to protect these greedie ones from suspension

  2. Rik

    At one time I thought Starmer was the Bees knees & would make a great Leader but, changed my mind a month or so ago . .

    These MP, s so they say are paid by the taxman & supposed to work for us who voted for them . .

    How crooked they all are
    especially after the leaked documents which we still need to know who the a******s were that plotted against poor Jeremy Corbyn . . . He should have won the 2019 election . . .

    Clearly “The Establishment” couldn’t let that happen .. No Way

    I just wish there was a magic reset button to go back before
    the election for a more positive outcome but, alas no. .

    I hope the ones that voted for the Tories & now finding out that life on UC is impossible, realize how evil they (Tories) are . . . BJ needs to resign
    like NOW… useless oxygen breathing heathen that he is . . .
    (he’ll probably read this & laugh)

    urghh lets all go to checkers
    to ride it oot . . .

    It’s a hard job but someone has to do it (I suppose)
    Keep safe everyone 😃

  3. Zippi

    I have never liked Kier Starmer and said that I would leave the Party, if he became leader. Today, I did just that, because I am a man of my word. I joined the Party on my word. My only regret is that I didn’t leave sooner. There is something rotten in this Party, the double standards, the favouritism, the hypocrisy, the lack of regard for the membership but to what end? The Party was all but killed, not by Jeremy Corbyn but by those determined to be rid of him at any cost. I cannot trust any of them.

    1. Mike Sivier

      Well put.

  4. 6033624

    The thing that worries me more than the report is the suppression of it by an incoming leader. He SHOULD wish to clear the decks and be SEEN to be doing so. Any bad behaviour can obviously be blamed on the previous administration, right?

    Well no, the report is problematic because it proves that the wing of the party to which Starmer belongs was the reason for Labour’s problems and that Corbyn was fiercely trying to do something about any racism or anti Semitism he was aware of.

    Worse again, perhaps, is our media steadfastly looking the other way from this report, not reading it and CERTAINLY not commenting on it. They’d have to admit that, at least, they were wrong and perhaps even lied in their anti-Corbyn rants over the past few years. I’ve seen things with a D Notice get more press attention. Our media is supposed to be free and fair. It is neither. It is bought and paid for and I note we are THIRTY-FIFTH in the world for free press!!

    Reporting only one side of the story, not seeking to check facts, not seeking quotes/rebuttal, failing to report on some stories AT ALL. I don’t know if this is relatively new or whether I have just noticed this over the past few years but our press is an embarrassment…

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