The controversial former deputy chief of Liverpool Metropolis Council within the 1980s was given the inexperienced gentle to rejoin the Labour Occasion on Monday, 34 years after he was expelled by the then-party chief Neil Kinnock.
However on Wednesday he was instructed he had been suspended once more pending an investigation right into a message shared on Twitter in 2012.
Mr Hatton, who in September 2018 stated he had been impressed to reapply to the Labour Occasion by the management of Jeremy Corbyn, was expelled in 1984 after sparking nationwide outrage for setting an unlawful funds and sending redundancy notices to 1000’s of council staff utilizing taxis.
He was additionally criticised for belonging to Trotskyist group Militant, which within the 1980s took Liverpool by storm.
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