Keir Starmer campaign denies hacking claim in Labour leadership row

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Team say inquiry only began after it raised concerns about data use of rival Rebecca Long-Bailey

The Labour leadership contest has erupted into a bitter row after the frontrunner’s campaign team were forced to vehemently deny claims they had hacked into party membership data.

Keir Starmer’s team called the allegation, made in official letters from Labour, “utter, utter nonsense”, saying the inquiry only began after they raised concerns about the data use of another candidate, Rebecca Long-Bailey.

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