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Labour Still in Turmoil Over Hitler Row

LONDON (AFP) – Britain’s main opposition Labour Party was in turmoil Thursday just weeks before local elections, after deciding not to expel a senior party member who made comments about Adolf Hitler and Zionism.

Ken Livingstone

Labour’s Anti-Semitism Inquiry Offers Ken Livingstone Path To Rehabilitation

Ken Livingstone’s way back into the Labour fold has been revealed following the part-publication of the party’s report into allegations of anti-Semitism in the Oxford University Labour Club (OULC). As Breitbart London previously reported, the investigation of the OULC was commissioned after Alex

abour prospective parliamentary candidate for Ealing Central and Acton constituency Rupa Huq (R) is grabbed from behind by Karim Sacoor, a campaign volunteer for Conservative parliamentary candidate Angie Bray, as she tries to debate with London Mayor Boris Johnson as he met with voters on May 1, 2015 in London, …

Labour MP: ‘We could say sorry for creating Israel’

A Labour Party MP has been revealed as proposing a Labour Government could make an historical apology for the creation of the modern State of Israel in 1948. According to the Mail on Sunday, Ealing MP Rupa Huq (pictured) made the comments

Ken Livingstone

Ken Livingstone: Creation Of Israel Was ‘A Great Catastrophe’

The Times of Israel reports: Former London mayor Ken Livingstone on Wednesday called the creation of Israel “fundamentally wrong,” and “a great catastrophe.” The existence of the Jewish state in the Middle East, he said, could ultimately lead to nuclear war.

Sadiq Khan

Telegraph: Sadiq Khan ‘Blowing A Dog-Whistle For Muslim Voters’

Charles Moore analyses Sadiq Khan’s comments about Labour’s anti-Semitism problem in The Telegraph: He’s an artful one, Sadiq Khan. Labour’s London mayoral candidate told the Observer: “I accept that the comments that Ken Livingstone has made make it more difficult

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Labour Party under pressure in anti-Semitism row

Britain’s Labour opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn on Friday faced intense pressure over alleged anti-Semitism in his party less than a week before his leadership is tested by local elections. Corbyn announced an independent review into racism after senior party member