Labour staffer "shocked' by party's reaction to complaints of bullying and unequal pay

  New Statesman 
In an email seen by the New Statesman, a complainant was told that their problem merited a workplace tribunal - but wasn't the business of the Labour party.  A former employee of a Labour MP has been told that her allegations of bullying and pay discrimination against her former employer will not be taken any further by the Labour Party, although they are “cause for concern” and a possible mat
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