Vox Political’s Mike takes Labour to court over ‘anti-Semitism’ breaches of contract

In May 2017, the Labour Party launched an investigation into allegations of anti-Semitism against This Writer – Vox Political‘s very own Mike Sivier.

The party began this investigation by passing information about it to the press in a flagrant breach of data protection law – which is also a breach of its contract with Labour members.

Its investigation broke the party’s own guidelines of the time – also in breach of its contract with Labour members – in order to concoct a series of false accusations.

After Labour provided information on these false charges to the press – again in breach of data protection law and its contract with party members – This Writer submitted a Subject Access Request to find out exactly what information the party reckoned it had about me, and what it had done with the data.

The request was not honoured within the statutory 30 days – another breach of data protection law (and therefore of Labour’s contract with me as a party member). I eventually received a partial response, two years and two months later.

It contained information which could have ended the party’s action against me, if I had received it in time for it to do any good. I didn’t. Clearly it was withheld in order to record a false verdict against me.

That is what I will be saying at a trial in Bristol Civil Justice Centre, 2 Redcliff Street, Bristol, starting at 10am on Friday (October 2) – and you’re all invited, social distancing restrictions permitting.

Who’s going to come along and watch?

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4 thoughts on “Vox Political’s Mike takes Labour to court over ‘anti-Semitism’ breaches of contract

  1. John Thatcher

    The very best of luck,hopefully it hasn’t been manoeuvred in front of another Baraitser,there are
    plenty about.

  2. nickyhamlyn

    Good luck. I don’t understand the Labour Party’s behaviour over this and other matters relating to anti-semitism, best wishes.

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