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LOW: Labour Party Exploiting Lucy Letby Baby Murders To Harvest Public Data For GE



THE Labour Party is facing heavy criticism for attempting to ‘trick’ members of the public into handing over their contact details by exploiting their understandable outrage over the baby murders carried out by former nurse Lucy Letby.

Letby was arrested in July 2018 in connection with a series of infant deaths at the Countess of Chester Hospital, where she had worked as a neonatal nurse since 2011. After being released on bail she was rearrested in June 2019 and again in November 2020 in connection with additional infant deaths at the hospital. On the following day of her final arrest she was charged with eight counts of murder and ten counts of attempted murder.

At the conclusion of her trial, which lasted from October 2022 to August 2023, Letby was found guilty of murdering seven infants and attempting to murder six others during the twelve-month period. Letby’s methods included injecting her victims with air or insulin, overfeeding them and physically assaulting them.

The vile murderess was this week sentenced to spend the rest of her life behind bars, but refused to attend her sentencing hearing.

Lucy Letby during her arrest for murdering multiple children.

Lucy Letby during her arrest for murdering multiple children.

Exploiting the general public’s natural anger over her being allowed to choose not to face the families of her victims and the sentence handed to her by a judge, the Labour Party posted a tweet saying:

Rishi Sunak has dragged his heels over changing the law to make criminals attend their court sentencing. We believe victims deserve better than this. Agree? Add your name below.”


It follows a string of similar tweets from the party’s official account using emotionally-exploitative tactics to manipulate members of the public into clicking on their site and handing over their details.

These details, which go onto a campaign database used by the Labour Party to contact potential voters in the run-up to the next General Election, are then used not for the advertised purpose, and certainly not for a specific campaign relating to the Lucy Letby trial, but to hammer them with election leaflets and emails.

A Twitter (now known as ‘X’) community note was quickly added to the misleading tweet, stating:

“Current CPS guidance on defendant’s refusal to attend court permits the prison to use reasonable force to bring a defendant before the court, when the court has communicated to the prison that the defendant’s attendance is necessary.”

Twitter users soon began pouring criticism over the tweet, with one writing “cheap shot Labour. Cheap shot”.


“Government already doing this,” Kevin Edger replied. “This is a data harvesting exercise.”

“This is sick,” wrote Billy Bragg. “You are lost. Do the working classes a favour and shut your doors so we can refocus on supporting a party which actually works for the people of the UK.”


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  1. Joe Scott

    August 22, 2023 at 3:18 pm

    The putrid vileness of this despicable party is never ending… DISMANTLE ASAP…

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