Labour recently expelled 25 party members in a single day over antisemitism as a result of “significant reforms” to disciplinary procedures made by General Secretary Jennie Formby, the party has revealed.

Party sources confirmed on Wednesday the crackdown on those found to be guilty of anti-Jewish racism and said those who were expelled were among Ms Formby’s most recently published breakdown on figures.

Labour also revealed that party staff were themselves responsible for intervening and identifying around 10 per cent of antisemitism cases emerging against members in 2019 – with most leading to suspensions. CLICK on here to read more.

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