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  5. West Cumbrian politician faces inquiry over comments

    Bob Cooper

    Political reporter, BBC Cumbria

    A county councillor and former candidate to be a Cumbrian MP is being investigated by the Labour party over comments he made about allegations of anti-semitism against other members, BBC Radio Cumbria understands.

    Tony Lywood

    Tony Lywood is a Keswick town councillor and also stood for Labour in Copeland at last year's general election.

    He told a WhatsApp group that allegations of antisemitism were being used against socialists.

    The party says it takes all complaints extremely seriously and they are fully investigated in line with its rules and procedures.

  6. Councillors quit party 'over Corbyn suspension'

    Bob Cooper

    Political reporter, BBC Cumbria

    Two Cumbrian councillors who were being investigated over claims of antisemitism have resigned from the Labour Party, BBC Radio Cumbria understands.

    Graham Calvin and Tom Higgins are both Copeland borough councillors and faced an internal party investigation over social media posts, although now they are no longer members, that will end.

    It's understood both councillors resigned because of the suspension of the former leader Jeremy Corbyn and that they will continue to sit as independents.