Labour Party could be fined up to £15m by the ICO after leadership contender is reported over alleged data breach

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Sir Keir Starmer in front of the TV cameras during the 2019 general election
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Sir Keir Starmer in front of the TV cameras during the 2019 general election

The Labour Party could be fined up to £15 million by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) after one of the contenders in the leadership race was accused of a breach of data protection laws. ...

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