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The guard, who is alleged to have told the staffer, “no filming here”, was then shouted at by another Labour colleague as the suspect departed for work.
We already know the business of Jeremy Corbyn’s car-crash in Manchester and the wider Manchester Labour Party was handled shoddily. But the way Channel 4 News tells it makes it sound as if the UK’s finest democratic institution might have let democracy down in the process.
Here’s the story.
A fellow Labour member became worried about whether Mr Corbyn’s security was taking proper care of him and decided to film him in his car using an app on her smartphone.
She decided to follow him in her own car as he went to meet with local residents about a safety campaign.
Not surprisingly, the suspect Tory fan is described by Channel 4 as “a local Labour member”. The app she used has been described by experts as a technique used to film people without their knowledge.
Then she spotted the guard in the rear view mirror, so she “changed direction and drove past the car”.
The guard, who is said to have threatened the suspect Tory fan, is then said to have shouted at a Labour colleague.