How Labour's anti-semitism row unfolded
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How Labour's anti-Semitism row unfolded

This week, Labour members were suspended over anti-Semitism in the party.

A political blog uncovered anti-Semitic social media posts from a Labour backbencher Naz Shah - made before she was an MP.

Former Labour mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, invoked Hitler when he tried to defend her - leading to him being suspended from the party, alongside Ms Shah.

There are now calls from some Labour politicians for him to be expelled as the party faces criticism over it's attitude to anti-Semitism.

Ellie Price looks back at how the story unfolded.

  • 01 May 2016
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