As a preamble, it might be useful to listen again to this interview with the hardened anti-Semite, Jeremy Corbyn.
No apology to the Jewish community from Jeremy Corbyn, as he is repeatedly challenged over claims of anti-Semitism within the Labour Party— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) November 26, 2019
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The UK's Equality and Human Rights Commission has been investigating the UK's Labour Party's rampant anti-Jewish culture.
It determined that the Labour Party has committed unlawful acts.
We found specific examples of harassment, discrimination and political interference in our evidence, but equally of concern was a lack of leadership within the Labour Party on these issues, which is hard to reconcile with i ts stated commitment to a zero-tolerance approach to antisemitism.
The Labour Party must live up to this commitment and acknowledge the impact that multiple investigations and years of failing to tackle antisemitism has had on Jewish people.
Rebuilding trust and confidence with its members, the Jewish community and the wider public will be crucial for the future.
Yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn rejected the report.
As a result, he's been suspended from the Labour Party.
Here's some reaction - first from the University of Tehran, Iran.
British Muslim academic.
And here's the report in full.