Labour has long been accused of failing to properly address complaints of antisemitism.
But after claims that senior officials tried to interfere in the disciplinary process, the party’s response was simply that the whistleblowers have an “axe to grind”.
The man who headed up the disputes panel told Sky news that if an independent inquiry finds Labour to be institutionally antisemitic then Jeremy Corbyn should be held ultimately responsible.
Sky’s deputy political editor Sam Coates reports.
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