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Labour member involved in election campaign arrested over alleged honeytrap plot

Met detain man in Islington as part of political sexting scandal inquiry as Labour say he has been administratively suspended

By Vikram Dodd and Eleni Courea

A Labour member involved in the party’s general election campaign has been arrested in connection with the Westminster honeytrap plot, the Guardian has learned.

The Metropolitan police confirmed they had detained a man, believed to be in his 20s, on Wednesday morning at an address in Islington, north London. He is being held on suspicion of harassment and offences under the Online Safety Act.

Labour confirmed a party member in Islington had been administratively suspended and said it could not comment further because of the police investigation. The Guardian understands he had been involved in the election campaign, with just over a week to go until polling day on 4 July.

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