Coronavirus delays former Labour member’s day in court

The arena: The lies Labour used to expel one member are to be exposed at Bristol Civil Justice Centre.

Remember the court case This Writer launched against the Labour Party, after I was expelled on a trumped-up anti-Semitism charge?

It was set for trial at Bristol Civil Justice Centre on May 26 – until the Covid-19 lockdown happened.

Obviously the lockdown won’t be lifted by next Tuesday, which is when May 26 actually falls, so the court got in touch with both myself and Labour’s solicitors to see if a telephone hearing or a hearing based on the papers alone could take place. We have agreed that they cannot.

So the case has been adjourned.

It has now been set down to be heard on October 2 this year, at Bristol Civil Justice Centre (Redcliff Street, Bristol), starting at 10am. I am happy for press and public to attend.

My case is that Labour faked evidence and then passed it to like-minded members of the press, in order to create a false impression that I was an anti-Semite. The party then used this as an excuse to expel me.

As I stated before:

The party breached its own disciplinary rules and regulations, and data protection procedures – in the process breaking the Data Protection Act – in its determination to expel a perfectly innocent member with one of the most abhorrent smears there can be.

But party leaders did not realise that they had laid themselves wide open to a legal challenge in the courts – over breach of contract.

The party is governed by its rule book and it broke those rules in its attack on me. I feel sure that other people will have been similarly wronged.

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.

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  1. Giritharan Arulampalam May 21, 2020 at 4:33 pm - Reply

    All these problems with Coronavirus, I am reminded of the beautiful lyrics from the Black Eyed Peas song “where is the love?”

  2. Jeffrey Davies May 21, 2020 at 5:37 pm - Reply

    Trouble is the blairites have taken back the party stammer will do whots needed to keep out those who would prevent further entrenchment of the greedie MPs whose only goal is themselves and those who are very many kept out of the party with the lies they seed about and just look at Boris with the law it seems they are all above it

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