Freshly reinstated to the Labour Party, CHARLEY ALLAN writes an open letter to general secretary Iain McNicol accusing him of bringing the party into disrepute
Monday 7th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
LABOUR was slapped with a £20,000 fine yesterday after general secretary Iain McNicol was found to have broken electoral laws.
Journalists’ enquiries about missing receipts for Ed Miliband’s eight-foot stone monolith bearing the party’s manifesto pledges...
Wednesday 26th Oct 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Court blocks 130,000 from voting
Friday 12th Aug 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
LABOUR’S back-room fixers will no doubt pat themselves on the back for having successfully disenfranchised a quarter of their party’s membership.
The Court of Appeal decision will come as a bitter blow for believers in democracy and basic fair play. A child can understand...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
HIGH COURT judgements aren’t always associated with victories for democracy and common sense, especially when they concern the labour movement.
But train drivers’ leader Mick Whelan nailed it in so describing Mr Justice Hickinbottom’s decision to back five Labour...
Tuesday 9th Aug 2016
Judge tells vexatious rich boy: Yes Corbyn’s on the ballot, No you don’t have a case, here’s your court bill
Friday 29th Jul 2016
ABUSIVE Labour supporters will lose their leadership contest vote, the party’s general secretary said yesterday.
Iain McNicol claimed that there was “simply too much” abuse, intimidation and shouting down of members taking place online and at meetings.
Tuesday 26th Jul 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
McNicol told he’ll be in the dock if Corbyn kept from ballot
Wednesday 13th Jul 2016
is Labour right using member row to clear way for legal attack?
Saturday 22nd Aug 2015
LABOUR is mired in an internal row with staff after its general secretary backed a new private consultancy firm set up to tutor general election candidates, it was revealed yesterday.
Iain McNicol is listed by name at the bottom of a brochure for Labour People,...
Wednesday 31st Dec 2014