On Friday 10 May, I attended a day-long hearing with the National Constitutional Committee, the Labour Party’s disciplinary body. I was pleased that the panel found the evidence against me to be unproven.
In this article in Thanet Extra, I am quoted as saying
“I feel very relieved that the NCC considered the evidence carefully and reached a fair decision.
For nearly a year, I’ve been living with the suggestion that I might have done something that could prove detrimental to the Labour Party.
My supporters and I know I would never do such a thing, quite the opposite.
I’ve been working hard to improve our electoral prospects in Thanet. It’s a great weight off my shoulders to be acquitted of all charges.”
You can read the full article here.