Labour Suspends PIE / Hacked Off Campaigner

A Labour spokesman has confirmed that PIE campaigner Tom O’Carroll has been suspended from the party after the Times revealed the paedophile activist joined up when Corbyn became leader. O’Carroll, who has a string of convictions for child sex offences, is also a backer of Hacked Off, attending their event in parliament with John Cleese last year. Guido was in the room but failed to spot him among the crowd of weirdy-beardy grey-haired wrong ‘uns with shared interests in shutting up the press. Why might O’Carroll possibly be keen on greater press regulation?




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