A senior Labour MP has used his exit from the Commons to criticise Jeremy Corbyn’s record as leader and blame the party’s current anti-Semitism crisis on him.
Labour grandee Lord Roy Hattersley has said he believes the party has got rid of the “ghastly” problem of anti-Semitism.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell on anti-Semitism, Brexit and Labour’s masterplan to fight and win if Tories call snap election
Like out-of-date milk in the fridge and one forgotten jacket on the coatstand, the forlorn flipchart, the paper fading, the felt-tip scrawl almost illegible, can be found in every office.
Jeremy Corbyn is laying out plans to try speeding up the way Labour deals with serious anti-Semitism complaints amid calls for tougher action.
Veteran left-wing politician George Galloway has announced he will bid to unseat Labour deputy leader Tom Watson at the next general election.
Prime Minister Theresa May has called on Jeremy Corbyn to apologise for his “failure to deal with racism” in his party.
More than 60 Labour peers have taken out a newspaper advertisement to accuse party leader Jeremy Corbyn of “failing the test of leadership” amid the ongoing anti-Semitism row.
Labour’s governing body has been urged to support a motion which would auto-exclude members where there is “irrefutable evidence” accusing them of racism and other forms of discrimination.
Jeremy Corbyn is “not cut out” to be a party leader, a senior Labour peer said as the party’s difficulties over the handling of anti-Semitism allegations continued.
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry has said it was wrong for Labour “go for” former officials who blew the whistle on anti-Semitism in the party.
Two whistleblowers featured in a BBC Panorama investigation into anti-Semitism in the Labour Party have said they now plan to sue the party.