Labour votes to tackle anti-Jewish abuse
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Anti-Semitic abuse vote from Labour's national executive committee

Labour's national executive committee unanimously passed a proposal for tougher action against anti-Semitism, which will be put to next week's conference.

Supporters say it offers a solution to tackle anti-Semitic, racist and sexist abuse of party members, and should help win back Jewish voters.

Ellie Price reports from north London.

  • 21 Sep 2017
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