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Mother and daughter who are leading activists in Labour's Momentum movement 'leave children broken-hearted after taking more than £90,000 in payments for Disneyland holidays that never happened' Momentum activists took money for Disneyland holiday that never happened  Mother and daughter reported to police after refusing to refund the families   The pair are prominent members of  performance agency Connect Your Talent

By Jake Ryan and Jacinta Taylor and Patricia Kane For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 02:15 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 02:53 GMT, 1 December 2019

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A mother and daughter who are leading activists in far-Left Labour movement Momentum have left scores of children broken-hearted after taking more than £90,000 in payments for Disneyland holidays that never happened.

Dorinda Duncan and daughter Anastasia Palikeras have been reported to the police after refusing to refund the money to hard-pressed families.

The prominent members of the pro-Jeremy Corbyn group run modelling and performance agency Connect Your Talent.

Parents of children studying at dance schools had paid the agency for week-long trips to Disneyland in California. In total, more than 100 family members had been due to go. Some had been planning the trips for two years and were told the children would perform at a showcase on the trip but they then discovered that hotels and activities had not been booked.

Heartbroken: Sarah and Stephen Holliday, pictured with their children, from left, Alesha, Joshua and Tiffany, saved for two years to raise the £3,500 for their California trip

Heartbroken: Sarah and Stephen Holliday, pictured with their children, from left, Alesha, Joshua and Tiffany, saved for two years to raise the £3,500 for their California trip

Ms Duncan is chairman of Momentum's Greenwich arm and her profile says she supports 'the fight against injustice in our society'.

Daughter and fellow Momentum activist Ms Palikeras, 23, boasted last month in an article that she organises 'a campaign with

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