MP faces action over after anti-Semitism row
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Ian Austin: Labour MP faces action after anti-Semitism code row

A Labour MP who is facing suspension after angrily criticising the leadership's stance on anti-Semitism has said he's worried that the party is becoming much more extreme.

Ian Austin said he'd been upset by the decision not to adopt wholesale the international standard definition of anti-Semitism in Labour's new code of conduct. But he denied screaming abuse at a colleague.

Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has repeatedly said that anti-Semitism will not be tolerated. But Mr Austin accused him of refusing to deal with the problem

  • 29 Jul 2018
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