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Labour Suspended Entire Leicester East Branch Due To ‘Corrupt’ Operation To Support Disgraced Claudia Webbe & Keith Vaz



The Labour Party has suspended the Leicester East CLP – one of its most problematic constituency branches – following claims of members violating the rules in the run-up to the next general election.

Senior sources have stated that the party’s headquarters is looking into the Leicester East constituency Labour Party (CLP), which has been represented by disgraced politicians Keith Vaz and Claudia Webbe.

Local party officials in the area were anticipated to select their next parliamentary party candidate over the coming months, but reports indicated that Labour headquarters is now planning to enforce a condensed candidate list.

It is believed that the party suspended the CLP in response to allegations that gatherings had been improperly planned to favour a certain group, most notably those who support Keith Vaz and/or Claudia Webbe.

The suspension was confirmed to the Guardian by a labour source who stated that the NEC has a responsibility to protect the integrity of CLPs, to make sure they are properly run in accordance with the party’s rules and procedures and may work completely, inclusively, and democratically.

Keith Vaz was filmed offering to buy a male prostitute drugs.

Keith Vaz was filmed offering to buy a male prostitute drugs.

It comes amid allegations from high-ranking individuals in Leicester that Vaz, the former minister for Europe who resigned as a candidate in 2019 after being exposed in a tabloid sting proposing to buy cocaine for sex workers, still has influence over the CLP.

Allegations about Vaz were published by the Sunday Mirror in early September 2016, along with embarrassing video footage and imagery. It was reported that he had engaged in unprotected sexual activity with male prostitutes and had told them he would pay for cocaine, attempting to conceal his identity by telling them his name was Jim and that he was an industrial washing machine salesman.

In September 2021, Vaz was again embroiled in scandal after he was found by an independent panel to have subjected a female parliamentary staff member to “sustained and unpleasant bullying”.

It included likening her to a “prostitute”, and the panel has ruled that Mr Vaz should never again be allowed to hold a parliamentary pass.

The panel said Mr Vaz had failed to engage with its investigation due to claims of ill health, despite regularly presenting a radio programme and writing columns for a newspaper.

Jeremy Corbyn ally and disgraced MP Claudia Webbe was elected as a Labour MP in 2019, but the party later suspended her when a judge found that she had harassed another woman.

Claudia Webbe has refused to resign as an MP, despite being found guilty of harassing another woman.

Claudia Webbe has refused to resign as an MP, despite being found guilty of harassing another woman.

This week, a new political party was launched in Leicester, which plans to offer voters a referendum on the future of the city’s elected mayor role. It is believed by some that this group seeks to use support from the large local asian population to its advantage.

The former Labour councillor Rita Patel has established the party, One Leicester, which she said would aim to build a “better tomorrow” for the city.

Local party officials confirmed they knew about the suspension of the Labour CLP, but Sue Hunter, the branch’s chair, said on Wednesday night that she had not been made aware.

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  1. Joe Scott

    September 4, 2023 at 7:22 pm

    One utter filth, & another utter scum … Both from the same cesspit party … Neil Smarmer & co should be EXILED …

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