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Jewish Labour group accuses party of failing to act on antisemitism complaints

Jewish Labour Movement leader says there is ‘vast backlog’ of alleged cases

The bitter Labour party controversy over antisemitism erupted again last night, as the main organisation representing its Jewish members accused the leadership of failing to deal with a “vast backlog” of complaints and of allowing a second inquiry into Ken Livingstone to get “stuck in limbo”.

The accusations by Jeremy Newmark, the national chair of the Jewish Labour Movement (JLM), came as party sources told the Observer that a group of members, including activists and councillors, was preparing legal action against Labour for failing to act on complaints about antisemitic incidents, some of which date back more than six months.

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