Momentum’s social media co-ordinator tried to fake over 100 electoral registrations

A “key member” of Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign team and national leader of Momentum, the controversial Corbyn supporters’ group, has a criminal conviction for election fraud.

Marsha-Jane Thompson, Momentum’s social media co-ordinator, was sentenced to 100 hours’ community punishment after registering more than 100 fake voters in the east London borough of Newham.

Appearing at Snaresbrook Crown Court on 29 March 2006, Ms Thompson admitted filling out and submitting multiple voter registration forms herself, including forging signatures…

Ms Thompson, who worked full time on Mr Corbyn’s leadership campaign, is described as a “key member of Corbyn’s campaign team” by the hard-Left Morning Star newspaper. [Daily Telegraph]

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