Jeremy Corbyn suffers blow as Labour peer rejects chance to rule over anti-Semitism complaints

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JEREMY Corbyn was dealt a fresh blow over anti-Semitism last night after a Labour peer snubbed his request to conduct a probe into the party’s handling of complaints. Lord Falconer was finalising the terms of a root-and-branch review of Labour’s process for dealing with alleged anti-Semites in the party. Labour chiefs had hoped an investigation […]
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