Harrow socialists demand action against the party members involved in ‘Sabotaging a General Election’

In an open letter to the Labour leadership and executives, concerned socialist Labour party members in Harrow have articulated that ‘Sabotaging a General Election whilst being paid by our membership fees is not okay’.
The leaked  internal report ‘The work of the Labour Party’s Governance and Legal Unit in relation to antisemitism, 2014 – 2019’, described as a “hyper-factional” environment among Labour party staff hostile to Jeremy Corbyn, has caused anger within the party over Labour’s handling of antisemitism cases, and led to calls for party members named in it to be suspended.
Although Labour’s ruling national executive committee (NEC) has now appointed a panel to investigate the report, the report has not been submitted to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) as an intended  part of the material presented to the commission regarding anti-Semitism handling within the party nor any named members in the report have been suspended.
The letter, signed by 85 local socialists, asks the Labour party to move swiftly to address the genuinely concerning issues raised by the content of this report.
“We urge you to focus on the serious allegations contained within this report” they said.
They emphasise that “the evidence available from the leaked report suggests that the antisemitism investigations appear to have been mismanaged deliberately. Because of this practice, the integrity and reputation of the Party, including and especially that of Jeremy Corbyn, have been called into question and reputations grossly and manifestly unfairly tarnished”.
They demand that the report is submitted to the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) as part of its investigation into antisemitism in the Labour Party, and that all persons against whom there is prima facie evidence of misconduct are suspended with immediate effect, pending further investigation.