This video from Britain says about itself:
In conversation with Jeremy Corbyn | documented by Ken Loach
21 September 2016
Ken Loach is one of the greatest directors of our time. I was thrilled that he asked to follow our campaign for two days this summer.
He documented people sharing their personal stories and discussing their reasons for supporting our agenda. These stories show why Labour must transform and rebuild Britain so that no one and no community is left behind.
By Luke James:
LABOUR SPIES BLIND TO VILE ANTI-CORBYN ONLINE ABUSE
Friday 23rd September 2016
EXPOSED: Inside the rotten world of Labour’s purge
ABUSE and threats aimed at Jeremy Corbyn have been deliberately “ignored” by Labour officials, a party whistleblower has told the Morning Star on the eve of the leadership election result.
Officials overseeing the party’s “purge” have been presented with evidence of members who barracked the Labour leader online with terms banned by the party.
But they have been accused of prioritising a witch-hunt against Mr Corbyn’s supporters amid a red scare over far-left infiltration.
Rather ambiguous. On the one hand, one might see that as an admission by party bureaucrats appointed by Tony Blair that the right-wing policies they used to support are now toxic and unpopular, and, in that sense, a term of abuse.
“Anyone who said they had previously supported or voted for the Green Party was purged.
Under Tony Blair, the Blairite Parliamentary Labour Party used to welcome as brand new Labour MPs people who had not just supported the Conservative party or voted for them, but who were Conservative MPs; like Robert Jackson and Quentin Davies.
“But anyone who calls Jeremy Corbyn a c**t or any other foul word — they are fine.”
Labour says that all evidence of abuse passed to it has been reviewed by the national executive committee and action has been taken where culprits can be identified.
And the claims come ahead of a debate at Labour conference next week over a tough new code of conduct for members.
The source works at one of two offices where a small team of staff trawl through social media posts of Labour members and supporters.
They revealed that a 250-page file containing screenshots of online abuse aimed at Mr Corbyn, compiled by members of the public, was received by the office this week but promptly shelved.
The document seen by the Star includes repeated calls for the Labour leader to be shot and hanged.
Over half of the comments were made by people identified as Labour members, according to the source.
One Twitter user even posts a photo of his Labour membership card with a message saying: “id rather slit my throat than vote for Scum like Corbyn (sic).”
One user called John Ferrett, who identifies himself as a Labour councillor, labels Mr Corbyn a “traitor.”
Other abusive posts were made by users with an Owen Smith leadership campaign banner on their photo.
High-profile opponents of Mr Corbyn’s leadership are also named in the document.
Serving Labour MP Tom Blenkinsop brands journalist Owen Jones an “idiot” and Momentum organiser James Schneider an “entryist.”
The Star revealed in July how anyone found using terms such as “traitor,” “scum” or “scab” would be banned from voting in the leadership election.
The source said the document was flagged up to managers, but added: “It was put to one side and ignored … 250 of pages of abuse has just been ignored.
“They say they will try to do the Jeremy Corbyn abuse after the Owen Smith abuse.”
Blairite coup to continue despite UK Labour leadership vote outcome: here.