No, not the dreaded political correctness; Hazel has had her laptop stolen. Depending on which news outlet you look at, the laptop either had sensitive documents on it or it didn't, but one thing seems clear to me; that laptop shouldn't have been anywhere near a constituency association office in the first place. It doesn't matter that the building has security, ministerial computers should be kept with ministers, or in the departmental buildings.
I am trying to think of any 'sensitive' material that's kept in my local Conservative association building, and I nothing comes to mind. There's a big box of posters from when William Hague was leader, awards from Central Office given out in the early 1980s, and a computer which looks like it was around when Ted Heath was in No.10. In fact, I seem to recall the building was broken into a few years ago, but the thieves actually didn't bother taking anything.
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