Labour sinks to ‘deeper low’ amid claims it gagged antisemitism whistleblowers
- The Sunday Times reports that the opposition is cracking down on former staff members exposing the party’s problems ahead of a BBC documentary
- Labour is clamping down on former staff blowing the whistle on its handling of antisemitism allegations ahead of a BBC documentary, it has been reported.
- The Sunday Times says up to half a dozen ex-employees have torn up non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to speak to the Panorama program, which is due to be aired on Wednesday.
EXCLUSIVE: Labour has launched a crackdown on whistleblowers ahead of bombshell BBC Panorama doc on antisemitism. Carter Ruck, their lawyers, have written to Sam Matthews, ex head of investigations, saying the party "will not tolerate" ex employees "wantonly disregarding" NDAs pic.twitter.com/0koCyPNnMB— Gabriel Pogrund (@Gabriel_Pogrund) July 6, 2019