Labour faces new row over efforts to curb antisemitism

Top party officials disagreed with recommendations to suspend members, emails reveal

Members of Labour’s high command opposed recommendations to suspend several party activists accused of antisemitism, according to internal emails seen by the Observer.

The correspondence, dating from March to May last year, covers a period immediately after leader Jeremy Corbyn vowed to be a “militant opponent of antisemitism” and to have “zero tolerance for antisemites”.

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