How to complain to the Labour Party

Dear General Secretary

I witnessed the following actions.

<Describe the events which are in breach of the rules>

I believe this to be in breach of the following Laws, Rules, Procedural Guides and/or Code of Conduct*.

<List the Laws, rules or other policies that have been broken>

I am/am not* a member of the Labour Party. Please treat this as a complaint under Rule 6.I.1.

* List and or delete as appropriate

Double bonus if you can quote the European Convention on Human Rights

Formal Complaint
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2 thoughts on “Formal Complaint

  • 31st March 2019 at 6:51 pm

    For obvious reasons this won’t go away, the Labour Party now have a page, Making a Complaint, stating how to make a complaint, which is an advance.

    The advise that a complaint should include, a Summary of complaint, Dates and times of any relevant events, Name of individual the complaint is about (if relevant) including any information that will help identify them, Any evidence that supports your complaint (including screenshots if the complaint relates to social media or other websites) (classy) and Names of witnesses who may be able to provide an account.

    I strongly recommend that you quote the rule you believe has been breached and the new “Member’s Rights” clause should give you some more room for complaints about people with public or voluntary roles.

  • 17th July 2019 at 3:35 pm

    I have come to the opinion that if you email the complaint, you should set the read receipt flag to “yes” and ask that they acknowledge receipt.

    It might also have become necessary to conclude with,

    “If I do not receive a receipt of this communication, I shall send it recorded delivery to the office.”

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