Despatches! Huh! Trots are encouraging people to join the Labour Party and argue for politics they support. Nowhere does the program discuss the partial, factionally driven disciplinary process and the fact that the Chakrabarti Inquiry has described it as legally unsafe. The suspension of Brighton Party is presented as an unquestioned act of justice as is the right of MPs to be unchallenged.

Despatches! Huh! The ‘evidence’ presented for data protection criminality is nonsensical. How a lawyer can say what they said, I do not know. There may be more that they didn’t publish, but I doubt it.

Despatches! Huh! I would say that the one to one participant in the conversation about the salary source would have an expectation of privacy!

Despatches! Huh! Sacha Ismail, presented as expelled is now one of very few  with  a written statement from the NEC that they belong in the Labour Party; his expulsion has been reversed.


2 thoughts on “Despatches

  • 20th September 2016 at 5:13 pm

    The suspension of Brighton & Hove party was allegedly taken by one person. I love the line, the party was suspended and then investigated to see if the allegations of abuse and misbehaviour were true. Anyway the followers of the inventor on one man management shouldn’t really complain, but for the rest of us, we need to establish due process, natural justice and proportionality.

  • 28th June 2022 at 1:40 pm

    I had reason to look at this again in 2022 at this post. It was a very bitty review of a C4 exposé of Trots in Momentum. It was on Youtube, but seems to have been taken down and seems to be unavailable on the C4 site. Momentum published a short video reply. Without the video, this doesn’t really make sense.

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