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Had a long chat with Wallasey CLP Vice-Chair Paul Davies. Says he's willing to take lie detector test to prove bullying allegations untrue.
.@wallaseyclp Vice-Chair Paul Davies: "I knew from the beginning the Labour Party would suspend us. They don't want a democratic party."
Asked if bullying could've happened without his knowledge Paul Davies says "perhaps but then party should suspend individuals not whole CLP"
Wallasey Constituency Labour Party has been suspended after a number of complaints of bullying.
The constituency, which is represented by Angela Eagle, has seen unrest amongst members since Eagle challenged Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour leadership.
It now means the regional Labour Party will take over the administration of the Wallasey constituency party.
The North West Labour party earlier confirmed the suspension.
Any complaints of bullying or intimidation and allegations of misconduct are always taken very seriously.
Angela Eagle's constituency office was attacked last week when a brick was thrown through a window.
Angela Eagle said she is backing Owen Smith in his bid for Labour leadership in order to unite the Labour party.
Owen Smith has received 88 nominations from Labour MPs and two from MEPs in the party's leadership contest, therefore clearing the hurdle of 51 nominations to become a candidate.
We have a Labour party at the moment that is not working. We have got a leader that does not have the confidence of his MPs and is not reaching out to the rest of the country. We need to have a strong and united Labour party so we can be a good opposition, take the fight to the Conservative government and heal our country.
Angela Eagle has withdrawn from the race to oust Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
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