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Hundreds being suspended again from Labour the week of the Labour Leadership vote

If this isn't a purge I'm Freddie Mercury, not only is this purge illegal but it is against our human rights and rights of free speech.

Democracy in Britain doesn't seem to matter to the NEC or Anti-Corbyn MP's as thousands over the past few weeks have been purged/suspended from voting in the leadership challenge even after paying the £25 which in its self is anti-democratic.
People are being purged after being spied on through Twitter and Facebook for posting, liking or resharing things that the NEC find offensive.

Stuff like sharing union posts, swearing, posting stuff from other parties just because they agreed with one of their policies or just for simply supporting Corbyn or McDonnell.

Let's just hope when Corbyn wins (if he doesn't it's a fix) that he sorts this mess out and suspends these people behind the coup and vote rigging till we have had a full on investigation. 

This has to stop and Labour has to unite under Corbyn and back their democratically el…

Child abuse, Orgreave and Hillsborough:Thatcher's now May's legacy

And now Theresa May refuses an investigation into the Orgreave battle after one of Thatcher's ministers personally told the police to go to the miners strike and "give them a good battering" but Mrs May say's it because we can't afford an investigation.
The Battle of Orgreave was a violent confrontation on 18 June 1984 between police and pickets at a British Steel Corporation (BSC) coking plant in Orgreave, South Yorkshire. It was a pivotal event in the 1984–85 UK miners' strike, and one of the "most violent clashes in British industrial history.

"almost medieval in its choreography... at various stages a siege, a battle, a chase, a riot and, finally, a brutal example of legalised state violence."
 Most contemporary media reports depicted it as "an act of self-defense by police who had come under attack", and there still exists a body of opinion that the police at Orgreave "were upholding the law in the face of intimidation from tho…

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