Labour 'ambivalent' since anti-Semitism inquiry
Media playback is unsupported on your device

Labour's 'ambivalence' since anti-Semitism inquiry

The equalities watchdog has written to all political parties urging them to tone down polarised rhetoric.

The chairman of the commission has said that since Shami Chakrabarti's review, the Labour party are showing an "ambivalence to move that forward and deal with any practical suggestions which might eradicate anti-Semitism."

David Isaac told Radio 4's Broadcasting House there needed to be a "sensible debate, based on accurate information" from politicians.

  • 27 Nov 2016