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PLP HQ Respond To Ellen-Kate Horton Sanction Debate
"We have robust debates within the PLP. We all value our members' privacy and find it fundamentally unfair that any member would be used publicly as a political football.
Our party Constitution - which is online for all to read - has private & fair processes in place to air disagreements and handle internal party matters.
The Progressive Labour Party doesn’t comment on internal matters and whoever leaked this story owes our party member an apology."
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