Just 12 Labour Party Members Expelled For Anti-Semitism In Past Year, New Figures Reveal

Just under 2% of Labour members accused of anti-Semitism have been expelled from the party since the row exploded last year, new figures have revealed.

Labour MPs demanded much tougher action after general secretary Jennie Formby finally released statistics on the scale and extent of abuse against Jewish people.

Of the 18 cases sent for disciplinary action since April 2018, 12 members have been booted out of the party, six received ‘sanctions’ and the rest are awaiting completion.

But the figures also laid bare that hundreds of members escaped full disciplinary hearings, with…
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