Labour mulls new anti-Semitism rules
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Tom Watson says the party may need new rules

Labour may need new rules to counter anti-Semitism, deputy leader Tom Watson has said.

Speaking in the wake of the suspensions of Ken Livingstone and Naz Shah from the party, Mr Watson told Today presenter Justin Webb that "Labour's own structures" needed changing "to make sure that we send a very clear signal to people in our party that we will have a zero tolerance approach to anti-Semitism".

"We are going to deal with this," he added.

(Photo: Tom Watson. Credit: Getty Images.)