Report leak causes distress

Founder statement

Data breach statement

Denny Taylor of Labour Against Antisemitism said:

"The apparent leaking of this report has caused a huge amount of distress for our team of volunteers. Many of them have been under a significant amount of strain due to the recent coronavirus pandemic and they now feel that they are being targeted by the Labour Party - seemingly just for raising concerns around anti-Jewish racism.

Now it looks like some of their personal details have even found their way onto neo-Nazi sites. It risks placing their security under significant danger and we are extremely concerned.

It is our belief the Labour Party has committed a flagrant data breach, and it is our intention to strenuously pursue this matter using the full force of the law.”

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