Anti-Semites have absolutely no place in Labour, says Andrew Gwynne

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Gabby also accused Corbyn of "very public hatred" of the security policies of the Middle Eastern country.

"It is my responsibility to acknowledge the hostility that".

Giving his reaction to LBC's political editor Theo Usherwood, the Labour leader said: "Maureen, if you want to live in a decent society where the homeless are housed, where the poor are supported and looked after".

In a letter to Mr Corbyn, leader Avi Gabbay claims he has allowed "anti-Semitic statements and actions".

He says there will be a "temporary suspension of all formal relations" between the two parties, saying they can not continue "while you fail to adequately address the anti-Semitism in the Labour Party".

Corbyn, the British opposition leader who unexpectedly became party head in 2015, is a supporter of Palestinian rights and a critic of Israel, has repeatedly faced accusations of turning a blind eye to antisemitic comments in the party and among groups he supports.

Gabbay said the suspended relations apply to Corbyn only and not his party. "I think they should have done me the courtesy of asking me first". "I write to inform you of the temporary suspension of all formal relations".

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"I would now urge you to consider why it is that Israeli Labour feels it can not have a relationship with you".

The two organizations proposed an agenda that centers on the need for personal leadership from Corbyn to tackle the issue, swift action on outstanding anti-Semitism disciplinary cases, and an educational program for party members.

Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking after he retained his parliamentary seat in Islington north London, June 9, 2017.

"He has failed to respond to their repeated offers of dialogue, including invitations to host him at Yad Vashem, Israel's national Holocaust Museum". It's deeply disappointing that the fight against antisemitism within the UK Labour Party has come to this.

This comes amid several recent revelations involving party members, including Corbyn's own apparent support of a mural with anti-Semitic undertones, have led to protests against his leadership from sections of the Jewish community.

He added: "The UK government must support the UN Secretary-General's call for an independent worldwide inquiry into the killing of protesters in Gaza and review the sale of arms that could be used in violation of global law".

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