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Labour MPs on the left of the get together don’t really feel they’re handled the identical as their colleagues on the correct with regards to disciplinary processes, it was advised this morning.

Martin Forde KC led a 2022 report into Labour that discovered factional disputes between the get together’s proper and left beneath Jeremy Corbyn, the previous chief, and that either side had weaponised anti-Semitism.

Mr Forde instructed the BBC Radio 4 Today programme that Labour’s dealing with of the Rochdale row had been “shambolic”.

He stated: “If you want a fair and transparent system then it has to deal with people consistently, and I’m aware from discussions with some of the MPs within the party – who might be described as more Left-leaning – that they feel that when it comes to disciplinary action taken against them things move rather slowly, but if you’re in the right faction of the party, as it were, then things are dealt with either more leniently or more swiftly.

“Now that’s a perception, I can’t quantify it, but I do think it’s something that the leadership should be concerned to, in a way, dilute, or if it is in fact the case, then they need to give reassurance both to the general public and the voting public and to their members that people will be treated fairly.”