Neal expelled from Labor Party

Over branch-stacking allegations.

Neal expelled from Labor Party

Former federal Central Coast MP Belinda Neal has been expelled from the NSW Labor party, over allegations of branch stacking.

Labor party officers met to rubber-stamp the decision today following a recommendation from the party's Internal Appeals Tribunal which upheld charges Ms Neal had engaged in "unworthy conduct".

Fairfax media reports the controversial former MP had been charged under party rules by another ALP member who alleged that on several occasions in 2015 Ms Neal attended her NSW home and "asked me to sign the Woy Woy branch book".

Ms Neal was seeking preselection for the seat of Robertson for last year's federal election at the time.


With AAP.