Research and analysis

Intimidation in Public Life: Evidence from Conservative, Labour, and Liberal Democrat Parties

The Committee has received evidence from the Conservative, Labour, and Liberal Democrat parties as part of its review on the subject of the intimidation of Parliamentary candidates.

Documents

Transcript of CSPL public hearing with political parties: 14 September 2017

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Written evidence: Conservative Party

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Written evidence: Labour Party

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Supplementary written evidence: Conservative Party

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Supplementary written evidence: Labour Party

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Supplementary written evidence: Liberal Democrat Party

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Details

As part of our review on the subject of the intimidation of Parliamentary candidates, the Committee is publishing a transcript of its public hearing held on 14 September. The witnesses at this evidence session were:

  • Baroness Brinton: President, Liberal Democrat Party

  • Rt Hon Sir Patrick McLoug​h​lin MP: Chair, Conservative Party

  • Ian Lavery MP: Party Chair, Labour Party

The Committee is also publishing the written evidence submitted by the Conservative Party and the Labour Party, and supplementary written evidence submitted by all three parties sent following the public hearing.

We will be publishing evidence from the other political parties as the review progresses.

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Published 28 September 2017
Last updated 10 November 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added supplementary written evidence from the Labour Party, the Conservative Party, and the Liberal Democrat party received following the public hearing
  2. First published.