Labour leadership: New members win right to vote
It can now be allowed more than 125,000 members of the Labor Party is not entitled
to vote in the elections for the leadership of the party to participate after the issuance of the court’s ruling.
Five members of the Supreme Court battle with the Labor Party,
which prevented anyone who joined
after January 12 January from voting unless they paid an additional amount of £ 25 has been won.
The party is filing an appeal against the verdict,
which is thought likely that the leader Jeremy Corbyn advantage over rival Owen Smith.
The appeal could be heard on Thursday.
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He welcomed the work shadow chancellor John McDonnell,
who is running for re-election of Mr. Corbin, governance campaign, and called on workers not to appeal it.
“We are worried about the possibility of an appeal is unnecessary and expensive. If you are not taken forward,
will be members of the party used the money to try to stop members from voting. This is unacceptable.
“I ask Owen Smith to join us in support of the party members of the Workers’ Party and calls not to appeal and try to deprive the members.”
A spokesman for Mr. Smith: “I am sure that the party wants to study the judgment and determine the next steps.”
A spokesman for the Labour Party: “It is true that the Labor Party seeks to vigorously defend the decisions taken by the National Executive Committee in this matter, and now we study this ruling carefully.”