Aide Adds to Corbyn Security Concerns

Iram Awan, Jeremy Corbyn’s private secretary, has been refused a Parliamentary pass, “due to unspecified security concerns” and is reportedly routinely escorted into Parliament by other members of the Labour leader’s 41-strong Parliamentary team. Parliament’s strict security rules explicitly forbid anyone working on the Parliamentary estate without security clearance.

Applicants for a Parliamentary Pass will normally undergo a Counter Terrorism Check (CTC). It’s not the first time the security services have been worried someone Jeremy Corbyn has brought into parliament…


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