Veteran UK Labour lawmaker brands party leadership a ‘force for anti-Semitism’

Demonstrators take part in an antisemitism protest outside the Labour Party headquarters in central London, April 8, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

LONDON (Reuters) – One of the longest-serving lawmakers in Britain’s opposition Labour Party has attacked its leadership for becoming “a force for anti-Semitism” and said he will no longer vote with the party in parliament. Labour has been battling accusations of anti-Semitism for months, and leader Jeremy Corbyn has previously apologized for what he has […]

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