Last week the SKWAWKBOX reported membership anomalies and a questionable selection meeting in the Seven Sisters ward of Tottenham CLP (constituency Labour party), surrounding the reselection of controversial council leader Claire Kober as a Labour candidate for the May 2018 local government elections. Ms Kober has faced huge criticism from residents and a no-confidence motion by councillors because of her involvement in the Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) property development project.
Now the SKWAWKBOX can reveal that, in a dramatic move, the Tottenham CLP ‘executive’ has referred itself to Labour’s NEC (National Executive Committee) for investigation over the suspicious events, following the SKWAWKBOX’s exposé.
This investigation may yet bring hope of to those Haringey locals campaigning for the termination of the HDV project.
The ‘exec’ has sent the following email to members:
Yesterday the Tottenham Executive Committee (EC) Officers held an emergency meeting due to a large number of concerns raised…
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