candidates supported by Unite members had been suspended and reinstated in the party by fixing allegations selection
A prospective Labour MP was suspended from the party and reported to the police by the party officials on fixing allegations the selection process was removed despite being approved by an internal investigation.Karie
Murphy, who was supported by the Unite union, joined the party, but said it was withdrawing from the race for the seat Falkirk in the name of "reconciliation and unity" . The police investigation was launched in July.
While party leaders are willing to put an end to this case, the scenes are deep divisions within the labor movement about how they handled the line. Some party members have questioned the judgment of Ed Miliband to call the police and allows the suspension of Murphy before the party leaders had carefully considered the allegations.
one of them said. "Ed Miliband was not in full possession of the facts, but rushed to judgment in the midst of a media frenzy made the wrong call."
In a statement, a spokesman for Labour said: "litmus test" was removed from the investigation, believed to refer to people registered as party members without their knowledge claims in a attempt to get Unite district with supporters.The report indicates that the newly recruited party members had signed their knowledge to support Murphy, said he has always vigorously denied she and her supporters.
The party has referred the matter to the police and handed over the documents, but the police ruled Scotland in July, there were "reasonable grounds" for a criminal investigation.
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