Remember, the criticisms of Labour processes have been that they are slow, opaque and politically biased. So that's the context.
- No figures
- No timescales
That means most of this is essentially meaningless. Though it sounds encouraging when you first read it, it kind of dissolves into platitudes on a second reading.
Reminds me of bad government dept statements in judicial review cases
- "advised by an independent specialist barrister"
Who? How appointed?
Independent like Gordon Nardell QC or someone with no links to the party and no previous prejudicial statements on antisemitism?
What does this mean? Is there more of the process?
How many? What does this mean?
- "The NCC is now establishing a greater number of hearing panels".
What does "now establishing" mean? How many? When?
Who is on this? What are they doing?
Has this led to responses? Has it been followed up? Why has the Party not participated in @PeoplesMomentum's various call outs of antisemitic pro-Corbyn FB groups?
What does this mean?
At which levels?
Is a record kept?
How to prevent this leading to political interference?
Where are these policies? Why did they fail?
This needs figures. If the NCC is the final stage then the backlog hasn't been cleared. No victims are interested in a complaint which has gone through part of the process