Collusion to Corrupt the Course of Democracy Confirmed in Brighton Kemptown 2017 General Election

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Following a professional and forensic investigation by Mr.X, as to whether there was any collusion between the Labour and Green parties, to manipulative Democracy, by ensuring any labour candidate chosen to stand in the Brighton Kemptown 2017 General Election, would be guaranteed victory, following the Green Party’s unilateral decision not to field a candidate, and advising all their members to vote Labour instead.

I can conclude that there was collusion between the Labour and Green Party to pervert the course of Democracy.; contrary to the evidence submitted by Labour’s Simon Burgess and Lloyd Russell-Moyles.

 

 

 

I asked this simple question to Labour’s Simon Burgess, Lloyd Russell-Moyles, and Green’s, Caroline Lucas.

Did you or anyone else within the Labour party, play any part in the Green Party’s decision not to field a candidate in the Brighton Kemptown General Election?

HIV Positive Lloyd Russell-Moyles was the first to blast back in no uncertain terms;

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Bad-Boy MP Lloyd Russell-Moyles

“I was not even the candidate when the greens decided to stand down, so I don’t see how we could have had discussions. Go spend your days doing something productive rather than conspiracy rubbish.”

Brighton’s Labour Party supremo, Simon Burgess was also quick to assure me that no communication had ever taken place between the Green and Labour Parties,  in relation to their decision not to field a candidate in the Brighton Kemptown 2017 General Election.

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Labour Supremo Simon Burgess

“Thank you for the email, the following could sound a bit defensive but it is a genuine fact that I have no idea what conversations did or did not take place. It would be a breach of my contract to spend my time on such matters.

I played no part in any Green Party decisions at the last General Election, at the time I was involved in the campaign to re-elect Peter Kyle for Labour in Hove and was not involved in any organising of the campaign in Brighton Kemptown.

Since shortly after the General Election I have been employed as Lloyd’s constituency Office Manager which is a non-party role and therefore I am genuinely not in a position to know the answer, or to enquire about an answer to your question.

All the best

Simon “

Simon Burgess and Lloyd Russell-Moyles have made it blatantly clear that absolutely no communication (collusion) has ever taken place between themselves, (as Labour) and anyone from the Green Party, (namely Caroline Lucas.)
Calling any suggestion of ‘collusion’, “Conspiracy Rubbish;” Russell-Moyles distances himself from any involvement by saying he wasn’t even a candidate when the Green’s decided not to run, and Simon Burgess is equally keen to distance himself; saying he was involved in Peter Kyle’s election campaign at the time and knew nothing about nothing.
Based on the assures from Labour’s Simon Burgess and Russell-Moyles alone, I was happy to conclude that no collusion had taken place between the Labour and Green Party to pervert the course of Democracy.
I even published a preliminary report based on the information I had received thus far:
While I hadn’t received reply from ex-co-leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas; I was expecting collaboration with both Simon Burgess and Russell-Moyle’s account, that no communication had taken place.
Moulsecoomb and Bevendean resident and Green Party member, Mitchie Alexander, was also quick to sure me that there was no collusion between the Labour and Green party to pervert the course of Democracy.

“It wasn’t a conspiracy I can assure you. Labour did not take part in the Green decision to step down in Kemptown at all.”

Then Caroline Lucas replied and changed everything.

 

 

I asked Simon Burgess the same question again;

“I’d like to offer you this opportunity to answer the question again, was there any communication between you, or anyone else in the Labour Party, with Caroline Lucas, or anyone from the Green Party, in relation to their decision not to field a candidate, effectively handing you the Brighton Kemptown constituency on a silver platter?”

To which he replied;

burgess“I  am genuinely shocked, I expect better from you,  how on earth could you claim such a thing.  I made it very clear I had no idea, see below which is a direct quote from my reply;

I have no idea what conversations did or did not take place. It would be a breach of my contract to spend my time on such matters. I played no part in any Green Party decisions at the last General Election, at the time I was involved in the campaign to re-elect Peter Kyle for Labour in Hove and was not involved in any organising of the campaign in Brighton Kemptown. Since shortly after the General Election I have been employed as Lloyd’s constituency Office Manager which is a non-party role and therefore I am genuinely not in a position to know the answer, or to enquire about an answer to your question.

Please detract from making up stuff up when I was crystal clear.  I’d be glad of an apology for what you made up about what i said and then published it on social media. 

Yours in disappointment
Simon”

What would you have done if you received he following response from Caroline Lucas?

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Green Party Fixer – Caroline Lucas

“Dear Matthew,

Many thanks for your message and questions. I certainly had conversations with a few Labour members and activists – and indeed the candidates – during the general election campaign about the Green party’s decision, yes.

The decision wasn’t mine to take, it was taken by the local Party. I supported their stance though and do not regret that the Green party was prepared to step back in this instance. There was overwhelming support for the decision and one of the conditions was that the Labour candidate would support a change in the voting system so we don’t have to have tactical voting in the future.

On whether or not such a decision constitutes meddling with democracy, I’d strongly disagree. No Party is required to stand, and in some seats the Greens simply cannot afford to do so, for example. The decision was taken transparently and if voters disapproved they could eg spoil their ballot paper. That said, I do think we have a deeply unfair voting system and have always advocated for first past the post being replaced with proportional representation. I want a system in which every vote counts and voters are not put in the position of potentially having to vote strategically.

Best wishes, Caroline”

Here we have Green Party deal-breaker, Caroline Lucas directly contradicting Labour’s Simon Burgess and Russell-Moyles insistence that no communication took place between them.


lucas“I certainly had conversations with a few Labour members and activists – and indeed the candidates – during the general election campaign about the Green party’s decision, yes.”


burgess“I played no part in any Green Party decisions at the last General Election, at the time I was involved in the campaign to re-elect Peter Kyle for Labour in Hove and was not involved in any organising of the campaign in Brighton Kemptown.”


russel-moyles“I was not even the candidate when the greens decided to stand down, so I don’t see how we could have had discussions. Go spend your days doing something productive rather than conspiracy rubbish.”


Does it matter that either Caroline Lucas is lying, or Burgess and Russell-Moyles are lying?

I submit that I have correctly and justifiably concluded that there has been collusion between the Labour Party and Green Party to meddle in Democracy; and that both Labour’s Burgess and Russell-Moyles have lied during this investigation.

FURTHER READING

Labour’s Simon Burgess – Profile/CV Analysis

No Collusion to Corrupt Democracy?

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