Privacy lawsuit against Labour party over antisemitism report dropped

12/09/2023 | The Guardian

Nine individuals who had filed a lawsuit against the Labour Party for failure to protect their personal data and invasion of privacy have dropped their case. This comes after they were named as complainants in a leaked report over antisemitism. The 860-page report claimed that factional hostility towards Jeremy Corbyn contributed to the party's ineffective handling of such complaints. The discontinuation of the lawsuit was disclosed in high court documents on Monday, and it remains unclear if an out-of-court settlement has been reached.

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