This raises the obvious question, what is misuse of NDAs? I have already dealt with that, in a previous post. It is the use of NDAs to stop whisleblowers exposing wrongdoing, such as sexual harassment, antisemitism and corruption.
Well, hold on, isn't that what the current row is about? Labour are using NDAs to stop party workers exposing antisemitism in the party. Isn't that the misuse of NDAs, that Labour is supposedly opposed to?
Which brings me to the question I have already asked: do you think that Labour's use of NDAs to stop party workers exposing antisemitism, is justified?
You have already evaded one question: why you think Jeremy Corbyn, as party leader, isn't responsible for this use of NDAs. Maybe you can retrieve something from this discussion by answering my second question, above, and not evading this second question for a second time. You make one valid point, that Labour are opposed to the misuse of NDAs rather than against the use of NDAs per se. So that makes the score 40-15 to me rather than 40-Love. You have some way to go to catch up.