What are the figures about reported antisemitism released by the Labour Party?

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THE Labour Party found that there were 673 complaints of antisemitism from April 2018 to January 2019 – but only 12 were upheld. Many have said that is not enough to tackle the long-running row over anitsemitisim in the party. What was the letter about the latest figures? Jennie Formby, the party’s general secretary, revealed […]
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