Labour tries to stop Pamela Fitzpatrick talking about her case. Bit late now…

How did Keir Starmer’s team think this was going to help?

Pamela Fitzpatrick is the former Labour general secretary candidate who is in danger of being expelled from the party because she gave an interview to Socialist Appeal, more than a year ago.

Socialist Appeal has since been proscribed, meaning none of its members can be members of the Labour Party.

Apparently the reason for the proscription was that Socialist Appeal js a political organisation other than an official Labour group or another unit of the party.

On that basis, I look forward to seeing proscription decisions against Labour To Win, Unite (or indeed any trade union), the Jewish Labour Movement and any number of other organisations that have affiliated with or otherwise supported Labour over the years.

As grounds for excluding an organisation from the Labour community, it is utter nonsense.

And people are realising that, if Keir Starmer and his mob are concentrating on attacking members of their own party, they’re giving the government – against whom Labour is supposed to be the official Opposition – carte blanche to do anything it wants.


And the “guilt by association” aspect – used to such effect (at least in party disciplinary circles) has already worn too thin for Labour to expect anybody to give it any credibility now:

In fact, let’s be honest: people aren’t putting up with it any more.

Where This Writer, four years ago, was willing to give the disciplinary process the benefit of the doubt and let it run its course, people like Pamela Fitzpatrick have seen what happened to me (and many others), and won’t be railroaded the same way.

She has put Keir Starmer on notice that if his party continues to push for her to be excluded, she’ll take court action against him.

And she’s not alone:

Good idea!

If I wasn’t so busy paying for a court case against Rachel Riley, I’d contribute. As it is, I would certainly encourage anybody facing this persecution to band together and hand Labour its posterior on a plate.

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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