Nice work if you can get it and you can get it if you try. The words of that classic song seem to fit this story well.
The Labour Party is advertising two jobs working for our party's dreadfully named Compliance Unit.
This unit makes sure party members are not signing up for all the wrong reasons but as the Labour party leadership election 2016 rolls on it appears to have turned against some long standing party members.
The level of party suspensions, reasons and people targeted has all the hallmarks of a McCarthy type witchhunt.
So what price spying on party members, trawling their social media accounts, deciding what words could lead to suspension, inflicting emotional pain on those wrongly suspended and pulling Labour into a cesspit along the way?
Role: Compliance Officer – Investigations x2
The labour Party is in a good financial position right now.
This in part has to be down to a surge in membership and paid supporters.
Those suspended or removed from the party by the Compliance Unit will be out of pocket. Fees will not be refunded.
So will people purged from Labour be paying the salaries of those suspending them from the party?
Those who claim Jeremy Corbyn is unelectable need a lesson in reality and the real world.
A summer of purging party members and supporters, orchestrated shadow cabinet resignations and vitrolic articles written by some Labour MPs and shared in the mainstream media hammer home the message that Labour may be unelectable not Mr Corbyn.
What price spying on members?
£34,061.77 plus expenses.
Will you be applying or would spying on comrades be a step too far?
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