On 1st July 2020, an interview with Ms Carey Fuller was published in the London Green Left Blog, in which she was asked about the likelihood of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of antisemitism being brought back to the Green Party’s autumn conference for adoption, and whether she supported the definition. She responded in the negative, explaining that she had been a co-proposer with Les Levidow (see , above) in 2016 of a policy motion opposing the definition.
On 29th July 2020, a number of young Green Party members expressed concern about Ms Carey Fuller’s response at the hustings in , with the member who claimed to have written the question regarding antisemitism which was posed to all of the candidates stating that they were “horrified” by the way she “instantly mentioned Israel without any promt [sic] or involvement in the question.”
In August 2020, Ms Carey Fuller stood as a candidate for the deputy leadership of the Green Party, but was unsuccessful.
In September 2020, Campaign Against Antisemitism put this matter to both Ms Carey Fuller and the Green Party; Ms Carey Fuller did not respond, and the Green Party told us they were unable to comment on individual cases lest it prove prejudicial to any future disciplinary proceedings.
At the time of first publication, on 16th September 2020, it was not known whether any action had been taken by the Green Party against Ms Carey Fuller.
In June 2021, we were informed that Ms Carey-Fuller was no longer a member of the Green Party; however, the circumstances under which she left remain unknown.