by RD Hale
When the internal Labour report was leaked to the public, the new party leader Sir Keir Starmer was accused of attempting a cover up.
Even worse, he was accused of promoting some of those named in the report – which let’s not forget shows evidence of horrendous behaviour – from the racist bullying of MPs to the deliberate sabotage of general elections.
If the accusations are true, then they are truly damning.
Not only would the culprits have to face immediate expulsion but possibly even prosecution. And if the Labour leader is as close to the suspects as he appears to be, he would surely have to resign.
The anger from the Labour membership is palpable. When Starmer announced an investigation into the investigation(!), eyeballs rolled and understandably so. Surely, the appointment of Martin Forde QC was an attempted stitch-up, wasn’t it? Not so fast…
A party insider has stated to The Guardian, the ongoing investigation is proving a “nightmare” and the Forde team want to “look into everything”. It would seem the promised independent investigation is turning out to be just that. And it would also seem the last thing those suspected of wrongdoing want is proper scrutiny. What if the Labour leaks report is only the tip of the iceberg?
The recent EHRC report into antisemitism was labelled as a stitch-up by the left, a politicised attempt to bring Corbyn down. But despite hysteria from the mainstream media, it’s reasonable to say nothing in the report was particularly damning of Corbyn himself. Indeed, it showed…………….
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