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Re: The Future of the Labour Party
Jul 29, 2016, 14:21
What is the desired result of the members' case against the Labour Party concerning the exclusion from the vote unless you payed £25.
Sounds from what I'm hearing elsewhere like it's not going to be a situation where the court could upturn the £25 charge and would be more likely to be viewing it as an internal Party matter and that Breach of contract would be likely to just mean those taking the court case would be offered the option of exiting the contract and getting a refund of membership charges up to that point.

Is that just a pessimistic interpretation of things?

Could it actually alter the party's ability to make a move like that?
Or is it one set of established authority trying to bring a judgment on an area it doesn't actually have authority over?
JUst hearing that the judicial system is unlikely to try to make rulling against constraints within a Party set up.
But surely for those trying to make a court case there must have been some advice that they could win in some way. Which what I heard elsewhere sounds like the judicial system would have little hope in ruling for.

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