Lucy Powell: Labour has 'got to do more' on anti-Semitism
The Labour frontbencher Lucy Powell has said that the party has "got to do more" to ensure people understand it is tackling anti-Semitism.
It follows the suspension of West Bradford MP Naz Shah pending an investigation after she shared a graphic on Facebook suggesting Israel should be relocated to the US.
Speaking to the Today programme, the shadow education secretary defended Jeremy Corbyn's handling of the row, saying: "Anybody in the Labour party from Jeremy downwards absolutely condemn and reject anti-Semitism wherever it appears."
28 Apr 2016
- From the section UK Politics