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Welsh election: Corbyn visit not possible. Jones says

First Minister Carwyn Jones has said it was right to cancel an election campaign visit to Wales by Labour's UK leader Jeremy Corbyn because it would be overshadowed by an anti-Semitism row.

Former London mayor Ken Livingstone has been suspended by the party for suggesting Adolf Hitler supported Zionism.

Mr Jones, speaking to the BBC at a college near Bridgend, said a plan for Mr Corbyn to visit Wales on Friday had been called off.

But he denied trying to stop the party's UK leader from coming.

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