https://www.thejc.com/news/uk/labour-su ... g-1.509331
The Chair of her CLP is also under investigation.
Starmer didn't suspend Corbyn, the General Secretary did, and he's back in anyway. What Starmer has done is not admit him to the PLP. Of all the politicians to lose the whip over the years, I've never heard one of them try to get readmitted by citing the European Convention on Human Rights. There's surely no human right to have the Labour whip?Meanwhile in his own speech at Monday’s meeting, chair Mr Lafley openly attacked the Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer in his speech.
He said: “It is Keir Starmer, not Jeremy Corbyn, who is in breach of party rules. It is Starmer, not Corbyn, who is in breach of the EHRC report, where Ch3 page 27 explicitly defends the rights of party members to question the scale of antisemitism within the Party, based on their experience.
“It is Starmer, not Corbyn, who is in breach of the Human Rights Act 1998. It is Starmer, not Corbyn, who is in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. And it is Starmer, not Corbyn, who has plunged the party into internecine warfare, when we should be exposing and combatting this vile class-driven, corrupt government, something we should have been doing for 11 months.”
So I don't rate him, but not sure what he's done from a disciplinary point of view.