result of an official inquiry into antisemitism, The Independent has learnt. Members of the NEC have expressed concerns that a damning verdict from the equalities watchdog about the party’s handling of antisemitic abuse could open the party up to a slew of
Members of Labour’s ruling executive have privately voiced fears that the party could be bankrupted as a
lawsuits possibly resulting in hefty damages having to be paid. The fears are fuelled by the party’s worsening finances. Figures revealed last week showed that Labour made a loss of £655,000 last year, compared to a profit of £1.45m the year before.