I made a critique of Labour’s response to the EHRC report, which has been published in Solidarity. It talks about Free Speech, a lack of process, failure to meet Article 6’s definition a fair trial and makes a series of proposals as to how to introduce a fair process. The article proposes a segregation of duties within the disciplinary process, subordination to the European Convention on Human Rights, covers the role and accountability of the complaints department and General Secretary, suggests the need for a policy on investigations and ‘prosecutions’ , notes a duty to alleged perpetrators and victims, proposes the need to appropriately manage sanctions, the role and power of the General Secretary and the need for an Ombudsman.

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