Labour says it has looked into 673 cases of alleged antisemitism
Members have been suspended or formally investigated in 307 cases, party discloses
Labour has considered 673 cases of alleged antisemitism since last April, and members were either suspended or formally investigated in just under half of those cases, the party has revealed in an email to MPs.
Releasing its disciplinary data for the first time, the party’s general secretary, Jennie Formby, said 96 members had been suspended and 211 had been issued with a notice of investigation. Of the remainder, 146 were given a preliminary warning and 220 cases did not have sufficient evidence to proceed.