The data: Labour Party’s chronic and flagrant abuse of the Data Protection Act 1998

  • 18 complaints led to the ICO requiring action from the Labour Party’s data-controller (one in January-March 13 2018; 12 in 2017; and five in 2016);
  • three led to the ICO raising concern with the data-controller;
  • four led to the ICO giving compliance advice to the data-controller;
  • four required a response from the data-controller;
  • two required no action or did not relate to the Data Protection Act

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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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