Labour row erupts as ex-Corbyn aide is made head of complaints

Labour has appointed Laura Murray, a former close aide to Jeremy Corbyn, as its head of complaints, sparking controversy because she was involved in a row over allegations the leader’s office had interfered in the disciplinary process.

Numerous emails were leaked to the Sunday Times while Murray was working for the Labour leader which appeared to show her being asked to advise on disciplinary cases – a process intended to be separate from the leader’s office.

Among the emails, one appeared to show Murray United Kingdom or read the original

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