Labour Party breaches the Data Protection Act….Again! Says the Information Commissioner’s Office

My previous SAR had been satisfied after more than 100 days.
The ICO has again ruled “it seems likely that Labour has breached the Data Protection Act 1998 in its failure to respond to the SAR within the prescribed period”.

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Pro-Corbyn. Elected secretary of Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party; votes annulled by NEC; suspended Oct 2016; re-instated Feb 2019. Ex-Fleet Street.

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Pro-Corbyn. Elected secretary of Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party; votes annulled by NEC; suspended Oct 2016; re-instated Feb 2019. Ex-Fleet Street.

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